I am not trying to remove responsibility from the men who attack women. Their behavior must change—but so should the behavior of people not directly involved in sexual assaults.
While we stand by our critiques, no reflection on Sachee and Khansarinia’s term would be complete without recognizing, and expressing gratitude for, their successes.
We are extremely disappointed with this provision of the House’s tax plan. It disproportionately harms graduate students across the country who contribute knowledge, teaching, and labor to our educational institutions.
We remain curious as to why the Athletics Department scheduled an architectural assessment to coincide with the most important annual event that Harvard Stadium hosts.
Did we come to Harvard to reinforce our existing beliefs? Or do we truly want to deepen our understanding of all viewpoints?
No matter how helpful the resource offices, advising fellows, and websites may be, it won’t make a difference until we make those resources more convenient, advertised, and accessible for students.
On this one night when I, for the first time in my life, legitimately was considering suicide, the music kept me sane until I made a life changing decision: I reached out to a friend.
Our daily habits, commitments, and practices are expressions of what we chose to love. It’s not a question of whether we will love something, but what we will love.
This is the reason why true allyship is so very difficult. It means cutting off your best friends. It means cutting off your family members. It means being alone. It means being shunned.
We’ve been deceived by Silicon Valley into thinking that its platforms can grant us happiness. The truth is, we’re mortals with an ever-shrinking amount of time left on earth.
Brushed aside will be history and tradition—but more to the point, that which the playing of this game means to so many.
For the sake of the organization, we treat these problems like secrets and speak of them only in whispers.
It is all too easy to fall prey to this isolation of political thought and the zeitgeist of liberalism in today’s political climate.
We do not believe that professors should take drastic steps such as forbidding laptops in their classroom.
We are glad to see this further development within HMC and are interested to see how Harvard’s real estate holdings will fare in private hands.
Instead of asking which candidate has all the necessary expertise, we should ask which candidate will best cooperate with Harvard’s current experts
Although HIV/AIDS may feel like a crisis of the past, 37 million people depend on bilateral funding for treatment and prevention. Their lives cannot depend on the conceits of one politician in the Oval Office.