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Harvard on a Friday Night Cartoon
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Harvard on a Friday Night Cartoon

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Harvard on a Friday Night

I know it’s summertime and I’m a world away from Harvard Friday nights and the brick buildings lining Mt. Auburn Street, but somehow the conversation regarding social exclusivity and elitism still lingers.

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The Reality of Racism

For too many people, racial violence is not relegated to the news or movies. It takes their neighbors, draws blood, and rips apart communities.

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Take Pride or Fake Pride?

Some argue that the commercialization of Pride trivializes the goals of the movement, turning Pride into a marketing strategy rather than a movement for equality.

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What Does Facebook Think Free Speech is For?

When we stop pretending that online “platforms” are amoral structures, we also see the urgent need to scrutinize their foundations.

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The Future of Economics is Moving On Without Us

The choices one believes to be good versus bad are built upon instinct, which might just be getting in the way.

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Fantasizing About an Island Girl

Listeners engage with the music on the shallowest level, putting it on summer playlists and ignoring its bloody roots: 15 million enslaved black people, blood shed harvesting sugar cane, countless deaths.

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Rob Kardashian is Trash and So Are You

When it comes to violence against black women and sex workers such as Blac Chyna, we fall back onto tired old tropes of slut shaming and victim blaming.

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Out of Reach

A big obstacle to Trump’s 3 percent goal may be Trump himself.

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Gauchito Gil and the Lifespan of Change

I like that idea—that good stories have good endings—but when I look down my feet are touching the ground, not the clouds.

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Can Nicki Minaj Save the American Dream?

There’s no one better than someone who has lived in poverty to critically, and empathetically, tackle the issue.