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However one chooses to parse the history and the data, one thing is clear: Women are still underrepresented the world over. Electing a woman as president of the most powerful country on earth would, like the election of Barack Obama, be a powerful signal that abstract notions of equality can become reality.
It’s funny. The better I do here—the more confident I feel, the more my work is recognized—the scarier public dissent becomes. I worry I’ll lose what progress I have made, what honors I have accrued. I worry my home will reject me.
Kevin J. Friel and Anna Kim examine a variety of approaches to the comedy music genre.
But speech comes with the expectation of being held accountable for what you contribute to a space. And it should come with respect for your community, be it Harvard’s campus or Yahoo! Answers.
Specifically, we need to realize that all the things we do here—from the academics to the extracurricular activities—don’t matter. Really. They don’t matter at all. The tests don’t matter. The internships don’t matter. The activities don’t matter. Nothing students do at this school matters.
Christianity does not solve the problem of unjust suffering. But Christianity does remain uniquely committed to the problem of suffering as a mystery of our life and existence, demanding our faith and our hope.
And while the country is immunizing itself against the fast food industry, Ronald is growing more infectious.
Americans at Harvard and elsewhere, myself included, have a tendency to stop themselves from making logical, intellectually-driven arguments for fear of offending religious people. And this is problematic.