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Letter to the Editor: Ten Thousand Men of Harvard Scream Blasphemy Today

Brushed aside will be history and tradition—but more to the point, that which the playing of this game means to so many.

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Letter to the Editor: Clarifying My Final Club Motion

The so-called “Allen motion” currently on the table is very simple and, I believe, represents a middle way between the two poles of the argument.

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Letter to the Editor: The Marshall Project Responds to Professor Stauffer

I sympathize with Professor John Stauffer, who has made himself a scapegoat in the case of Michelle Jones. But his letter to The Crimson is an attempt to blame the messenger.

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Letter to the Editor: Misrepresented in Michelle Jones's Admission Case

Jones’s case became front-page news only because the Marshall Project, which encourages leaks, received some, and then distorted facts in the service of its advocacy goal.

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Letter to the Editor: Set the Record Straight on Chelsea Manning

We call upon the Harvard Kennedy School to reinstate Chelsea Manning’s designation as a fellow at the Institute of Politics.

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Letter to the Editor: Athletics Committed to Health and Well-Being of Students

On behalf of Harvard Athletics, I want to state unequivocally that our first priority is the health and well-being of our students.

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Letter to the Editor: What Harvard Missed

The capacity to mock sexual assault, ridicule the Holocaust, and joke about child abuse as being arousing speaks to a person’s character, more than his or her original application.

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Letter to the Editor: Setting the Record Straight

Prior to the election, the University and the HGSU-UAW reached an election agreement that defined which students would be part of a bargaining unit and therefore eligible to vote.

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Letter to the Editor: On Campus Inclusion, A Double Standard

We have little tolerance for double standards in our community.

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Letter to the Editor: Regarding "In Support of the Immigration Ban"

That being said, he might have mentioned the immediate and severe legal challenges President Trump's executive order has faced from the federal judiciary, which has thus far struck down his all-advised, slapdash, and transparently heartless first go at "making America safe again."

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Letter to the Editor: Government Faculty Oppose Trump’s Partial Ban

International exchanges are essential to good scholarship, and an important way for people of different cultures and political systems to engage constructively with one another.

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Letter to the Editor: The Uncomfortable Reality of Social Ills

If future financiers and consultants genuinely want to solve social problems, they do not need to join the Peace Corps, nor do they need to run and hide behind their self-congratulatory justifications of corporate careers.

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Letter to the Editor: The Value of Social Media in College Admissions

Social media provides an inexpensive and effective medium for applicants to convey rich and authentic information while enabling colleges to make more informed decisions about their character, values and commitment. Just ask your own Dean of Admissions.

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Letter to the Editor: Supporting Our Students, Staff and Colleagues in the Wake of Racist Attacks

We stand united in defense of immigrant rights.

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Letter to the Editor: Now More Than Ever

With our union, we can stand together to protect what we have and to win improvements to compensation, health and dental care, mental health, child care, protections from discrimination and sexual harassment, workload protections, job security, and a fair grievance procedure. We are voting yes to unionization.