To all the Harvard employees: Thank you.
The efforts to incorporate individual student feedback are commendable, but the campus center should keep larger-scale student recommendations in mind as well
While mourning the recent tragedy of Dr. Davidson's death—as well as the tragedies of gun violence that play out every day in our country, often to residents of disadvantaged neighborhoods—we should work toward a future in which fewer families lose loved ones to gun violence.
This is unfair; the state should not have the right to base the legitimacy of its authority over her on the fact that she challenged the court’s legitimacy in the first place.
Why waste time building a relationship when we can get what we need (or at least finish stat homework on time) without the untidiness of feeling?
No matter how genuine the cause, protests simply cannot happen without reflective planning.
But in both his speech at the National Cathedral and his earlier work, King suggested that civil disobedience had to be calculated, organized, and massive.
The way we structure community here doesn’t just affect us in this place, at this moment. It affects the kinds of powerful, scarily driven, sleep-deprived, sometimes demagogic people we as an institution are putting out into the world.
There’s a new Congress in town. And it’s off to quite a beginning.
And in the middle of “Selma”, just before I start to think about my school, I think about how powerful hate is.
A college education was once an added benefit; now it is a prerequisite.
We must remain vigilant in the face of dishonest laws that are disenfranchising our fellow citizens.
My Extension School cap, well broken in by now, is a fond reminder that we can all grow in knowledge and understanding.
The problem with Harvard groupthink is that it does not realize that while the West is not at war with an entire religion, we should be at war with its extremist forms.
Of all the words in next year’s readings for Community Conversation, many more than one should be the word “transgender.”