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I believe that if we recognize our limitations and ask slightly less of ourselves, we, our friendships, our grades, our careers, and Harvard will all be better for it.
Dylan R. Schaffer offers some hope for the music industry moving forward and offers some tips for becoming a thoughtful consumer of music.
To their credit, all the presidential tickets have tackled serious financial issues in their campaign platforms. But there has been disappointingly little use of economic reasoning this election season.
Jacob D.H. Feldman goes through what we know first, and then talks about why none of it matters much.
There is such an art to being a good friend, and my friends express this art in many forms: their perfectly crafted and well-timed supportive texts, their mastery of my bad moods, their aptitude for making me feel validated. These acts are profound.
At a place like college, it’s easy to appreciate the stars in an astrophysics class or the grand stories of times long ago in a history class.
Race matters; culture matters; background matters. Along with special vulnerability comes the need for special protections.