Editorials

A Disappointing Election

By engaging in this brand of defensive posturing, Democrats have ceded the narrative to Republicans while accepting an election devoid of ideas.

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If Massachusetts Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It

Massachusetts deserves the best, and that is why it deserves Charlie Baker.

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Editorials

A Red Light for Food Labels

Colored dots do little more than label certain foods as “good” or “bad” while failing to capture the nuances of a healthy diet.

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Keep on Recruiting

What has become a valuable asset for companies like Bain Capital and McKinsey & Company to tap into Harvard student talent may now similarly serve organizations like Ashoka, Pencils of Promise, and the Tobin Project.

An Exploitative Culture of College Athletics

The University should be regarded as an exploitative institution that willfully harmed student-athletes in order to make money from their skill.

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Getting Schooled

All higher education needs reform, but many of the worst practices have been concentrated in the for-profit sector.

Ebola? Carry On

All this confirmed my suspicion the health messaging about Ebola has somehow gone terribly wrong—and I’d like to set things straight.

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For Caitlyn

Service, brotherhood, and any other positives with which fraternities furnish the world often pale in comparison to what statistics show dominates the frat ethos: alcohol. Lots of it.

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Doodling as a Sign of Intelligence

Recently, I have once again found myself wandering adrift in the middle of class—like a child staring out the window, dreaming about the possibilities in the undefined out there.

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Campaign 2014: Florida Edition?

We, fellow Floridians, have outdone ourselves yet again. Never in my life have I seen a campaign like this.

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What's So Great About Charlie Baker?

The race isn’t just a referendum on the candidates’ beliefs; it’s also a referendum on the governing culture of Beacon Hill.

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Editorials

Fund Club Sports

Club sports are an important part of university life for many undergraduates. Varsity sports teams by design can accommodate only a small fraction of the student body.

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Op-Eds

Cross Your T's, Dot Your... Food?

The dot system imposes a standard and value on every food, which can feel like constant judgment to those for whom diet, weight, or shape has ever been tied up with a sense of achievement.

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Bridge and a Troubled Water

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All the World’s a Stage

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What Title IX Does

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Staying Vigilant in Ferguson

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School, Interrupted

Over time, I found that interrupting the routine is one of the most important things to do.

Columns

Worthy Goals

Remember that the next time that you see a woman wrangling her kids in the grocery store aisle or a man tending to his daughter’s bloodied knee at the park. Their choices are not due to any deficit of ability, but an excess of humility–and there’s no job more important than theirs.

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Op-Eds

Free Harvard

A tuition-free Harvard would be a far more welcoming place to all students.

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Interracial Dating at Harvard

I did not choose to date my boyfriend to be provocative or to make a statement.

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Columns

Where Did All The Ideas Go?

Yes, it has been one of those elections. Dark money. Negative ads. Fans. And, above all, a paucity of ideas.

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Op-Eds

Not Just the R- Word, the F-word, Too

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Service Should Not Be Required

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In Defense of Facebook Official

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In Search of Lost Time

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Underfunded and Underprepared