Editorials

Rightly Popular, But Increase Transparency

In order to maintain a standard set of regulations for each course the administration should delineate what exactly makes CS50 unique, and how other professors who want their classes to have this exception as well can structure their courses.

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What Should Harvard’s Legacy Be?

It’s possible to remain elite without relying on generational preferences.

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More Caution Needed in Syria

The U.S. does not exactly have good precedent on its side.

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Maduro Madness

Regardless of whether or not professor Hausmann's economic advice is best for Venezuela, he ought to enjoy the full freedom to make such a claim without redress, especially while residing in the United States.

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Good Thought Experiment, Bad Politics

We feel that independence would represent an impractical and economically imprudent step for Scotland.

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Struggling with Privilege

Discomfort at Harvard comes in many different forms. But the main source of my own has come from class, privilege, and wealth.

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Energy and Climate: Taking the Long View

Harvard should invite everyone to look four centuries ahead and to imagine ourselves in a world reshaped by the unchecked consumption of fossil fuels.

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The Politics of Medical Philanthropy

Medical philanthropy is very much a political and racial issue.

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Summer in Three Words

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The Israel Divide

For the first time, it’s no longer radical to say that the unconditional support American politicians tend to lend Israeli policy might not, a decade down the road, be quite so unconditional.

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Let Them Eat Where They Please

Ideally, each House should feel like a semi-autonomous community within Harvard.

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Ending the R-Word

I’m calling for a simple but powerful change: Use a different word.

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Columns

Four More Years

Before you know it, you’ll be stuck dealing with adult problems, like having a spouse, or getting emails that don’t contain gifs.

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Meet Homo Economicus

Human beings do not actually think like Scrooge McDuck, but, in approximation and in aggregate, we often behave like we do.

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The Old Ball Game

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A Republican and a Harvard Man

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For a Price, Rename It

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Sikhs in America

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Ad Board Decision Hinders Learning

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A Good Day for Diversity…

Massachusetts primary voters should be proud of their tickets’ diversity, but not quite as proud of the campaigns their gubernatorial candidates have run to this point.

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Ideology Versus Foreign Policy

President Obama should not underpin his speeches with ideology if he is not prepared for the United States to practice what he preaches.

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From an Outsider Looking In

Angela Matthews will always be a part of Harvard Mock Trial.

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Dash to Wall Street

Thank you for your consideration. I look forward to hearing from you soon, Mr. Money-Smith.

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Cross burning in Harvard Yard?

President Faust’s response struck me as truly off-putting and defensive.

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Harvard Neglects Humanities at Own Peril

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Independence for Scotland

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A Compromise in Care

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The Culture Wars, Then and Now

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'Do Honors to Revolution by Justice'