You have never asked me whether I call myself a conservative. I do not. I never have. I have never been a Republican. I have long called myself a politically independent moderate.
Any article about activism at HLS should include at least some reporting on the most prominent, committed, and effective activist on its campus—Dean Martha Minow herself.
I do not feel it unreasonable, Eurocentric, or discriminatory for a university in the West to have a department dedicated to the classical civilizations that begat Western culture.
As a survivor-led and ally-supported campaign, we believe it is time to stop waiting for the administration to take necessary steps and instead take action ourselves.
If Harvard had places called "Hitler Hall" and "Mengele Meadows," how would I and other Jewish members of the Harvard community react?
To aid in the furious thinking going on in the administration for a name to replace "Master" of a House, I would like to propose a College competition to decide a suitable replacement.
Diverse opinions and incorrect information are integral—not in opposition—to the learning process.
To be black and Crimson is to be presented with an unending stream of demands on our capacity for resilience, such that the threat is not that we lose the capacity from lack of use, but rather, that resilience, along with patience, becomes a depleted resource.
It is for the region and its elected leaders to decide if the Olympics will or will not be beneficial to Boston.
Although Our Harvard Can Do Better takes no position on fossil fuel divestment, it is neither our wish nor our place, as a campaign tackling one particular power structure, to purport to model the sole responsible form of activism on this campus.
t is clear from the article “Sexing Discourse” (October 29, 2013) by Reed E. McConnell ’15, that the author simply does not understand why groups like the Anscombe Society, Harvard College Faith and Action, the Catholic Student Association, the Knights of Columbus, and the Daughters of Isabella are concerned about the widespread use of pornography.
I think we all stopped at one point or another and looked up at the tower of Mem Church, thanking our lucky stars that we go to school at such a crazy, historic, beautiful, vaguely ridiculous place filled with incredible people.
The idea that the Church does not do enough for the poor in Africa is dubious at best. The idea that she is complicit in the deaths of hundreds of thousands is absolutely outrageous.
We write on behalf of 56 other current students and alumni of Harvard Law School in response to the Crimson’s ...
It’s been a day, Mr. President, but you have yet to fulfill any of your so-called “campaign promises.”