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While we certainly do not believe in any type of zip-code affirmative action, it is also clear that there is value in a student body that draws from all parts of the country and all around the world.
Ultimately, hosting freshman formal below an illuminated Annenberg Hall and alongside Harvard Yard will offer a distinct ambience that will prove more memorable for attendees than a hotel ballroom.
We believe that Walsh’s goal is a noble and important one: An office of diversity has real potential to reduce problems with race relations in Boston.
Late-night T-service is a step in the right direction for a system yearning for modernization in many ways.
When a “safe space” becomes synonymous with an environment that works to eradicate controversial viewpoints, it enforces narrow-mindedness and undermines learning.
The presence of Cruz will exacerbate this problem; his conservative viewpoints, combined with his national prominence and famously outspoken nature, will undoubtedly force the other candidates farther to the right.
Moving forward, the United States needs to make good on the President’s recent signals and reassess the nature of its relationship with Israel, especially with Mr. Netanyahu in power.
With support from judges and law enforcement officials, as well as an ongoing review of the state’s sentencing guidelines to draw upon, Massachusetts legislators have never had a better opportunity to begin reforming the state’s minimum sentences.
This incident is yet another reminder that the irrelevancy of a person’s racial or ethnic background, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, family background, and socioeconomic status must be reaffirmed.
The entryway experience doesn't have to end freshman year. Students across classes can have it so long as they work to create the same communal spirit.
The smooth and effective functioning of this nation’s government requires that these disagreements end not in dangerous threats and ultimatums, but instead in compromise, as elusive as that may be.
National security issues are far too important to be subject to the childish bickering that has become the norm in today’s politics.
Is the Spee simply unaware that Harvard students are already talking about gender issues on a daily basis?
Ultimately, the federal government should not be determining an exact policy that all colleges must adopt.