Editorials

The Transformation of Harvard Square

As far as transformative experiences go, Harvard Square has had a remarkable one. More worrying: it's becoming a Square catering to affluent tourists and students with money to spend.

Op-Eds

Trump Is Still Trash on Immigration

I cannot forget the parents, mine among them, who see no hope in attaining these rights in their own near future.

Editorials

Want a More Robust Education? Diversify Harvard.

Harvard has long touted the diversity of its student body as an indicator of intellectual rigor, opportunity for personal growth, and the strength of its community. Efforts to broaden the backgrounds of the faculty who teach, mentor, and support these students, however, has lagged​ significantly behind.

Free Speech, Not Free Reign

Any infringement on any person’s speech, however odious that speech might be, is a threat to the free expression that has fueled our democracy.

CS50, Be Reasonable

Academic dishonesty is an issue that is always paramount in an institution of higher learning, and we hope CS50 and the Honor Council can work together to better define the limits of the reasonable for students.

Op-Eds

My Fake Bulimia and the Importance of Giving Attention

We need to give our friends attention before they ask for it in self-destructive ways.

A Culture of Excellence

I have coached the track team, laughed with them, cheered for them, and been inspired by them. I beg the administration to ensure that they are treated with the dignity and respect they deserve.

Beyond “The Mitochondrion is the Powerhouse of the Cell”

Harvard should take steps to prioritize undergraduate science learning, especially given the current political climate.

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Falling Money

Falling Money

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Summer Postcards 2017

Summer Postcard: A First Time for Everything

Pair this viewpoint with romanticized pictures, books, and movies, and I wanted nothing more than to be in places like London or Paris, not in Michigan or Texas.

Columns

How Liberal Feminist Media Might Actually Be Hurting Women

I want to hear about all the women who are choosing to continue to pursue politics, and who are succeeding, even when the current state of our nation could not be less in their favor.

Columns

America’s Most Important Leading Man

When someone claims that they’re “just not attracted to Asian men,” it isn’t a matter of preference. It’s an example of the way Americans reinforce systems of oppression on an individual level.

Summer Postcards 2017

Summer Postcard: Comic Sans Spanish

Sometimes so much more could be said in Spanish than in English, con más sentimiento y menos palabras.

Summer Postcards 2017

Summer Postcard: Mining for Silver

Vegas might be the Entertainment Capital of the World, but northern Nevada deserves more credit for its subtle pleasures.

Op-Eds

The Least Radical Cause in the World

Op-Eds

I’m a Female Minority at Harvard, and I Don’t Agree with PC Culture

Summer Postcards 2017

Second Time Lucky

Letters

Letter to the Editor: What Harvard Missed

Commencement

The Trouble with Optionality

Columns

What Instagram Taught Me About Feminism

The same men who argued with me and called me “man-hater” or “feminazi” on Facebook would like my photos on Instagram, write comments about how beautiful I looked, and direct message me to ask me out on dates.

Columns

How Much Cash Do You Have in Your Wallet?

We should encourage open-minded thinking and approach the implementation of a less cash society gradually, cautiously, and with ample planning.

Summer Postcards 2017

Summer Postcard: The Expo and American Climate Change “Slacktivism”

It seems like the most advanced country in the world is planning to fight climate change with patriotic slogans and pretty pictures of the Statue of Liberty.

Columns

Freeing Kodak Black

High school was a place that clutched my youth and kept it close to its chest, was rose-gold in the rearview mirror—but this idea of high school isn’t the version I lived.

Columns

DAMN. and the Consumption of Black Art

So don’t consume black art born of black grief without being down for the cause.

Commencement

The World As It Should Be

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Hiding In Plain Sight

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Two Weird Tips To Get Your Oddly Specific Dream Job

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Chosen to Lead Our Generation Forward

Commencement

The Value of Human Capital and the Harvard Experience