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Clover—home for Harvard’s vegetarians, tofu embracers, and fake bacon connoisseurs alike—has long been a student favorite.
We applaud the Houses for taking an important step toward bringing students back to on-campus spaces for parties and social events while also fostering greater House community.
A healthy faculty-student relationship is at the heart of the academic community that the College seeks to foster, and Classroom to Table is a positive step towards providing that relationship with every opportunity to develop.
Lessig's activist campaign might seem fanciful, but it has nevertheless accurately demonstrated the absurdity of our political system.
We hope that UHS’s decisions on the future of student health services portend a future of active listening and increased communication between students and administrators.
Republicans’ refusal to pass a budget unless Planned Parenthood funding is removed signals a lack of fiscal stewardship and an irresponsible approach to governing.
And while the current plan bodes well for the future of the MAC Quad, the responses voiced against it highlight the necessity for the administration to solicit student feedback in its projects.
As long as colleges understand tests' limits and biases, the SAT and ACT will continue to be an invaluable part of the admissions process.
Sexual assault is an epidemic on college campuses across the nation, and ours is no exception.
One of the primary functions of the largest fundraising effort in higher education history must be to make sure the opportunities Harvard affords are more broadly available than ever before.
The administration’s decision to consider a full year of Humanities 10 as a valid stand-in for the traditional single semester of Expos is a step in the right direction.
This is a fitting time to reflect on what Harvard Square was, what it has become, and what it will be in the future.
Simple distribution requirements would achieve Gen Ed’s basic goals without forcing students to take classes tailored to goals they do not understand.
Leaving four million refugees to suffer in the poor living conditions of refugee camps with little in the way of resource or recourse is not an option.