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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.

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Letter to the Editor: Keeping Harvard's Promise

Because the original executive order allowing for those deferrals required students to register with the government, it created a guide which the new administration will be able to follow to the gates of our campus. It is imperative that we stop them there.

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Letter to the Editor: Why I Believe We Should Not Form a “Union”

Even if we classify ourselves as “workers”, the most important thing for workers is to be embedded in an environment in which we can grow. Our relationship with the University is already structured this way.

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Letter to the Editor: A Long History of Sexism in Harvard Sports

Men of Harvard and everywhere else, who objectify women for your own amusement : you cannot stop women from being the fastest runners in the pack. You cannot stop women from doing what they want with their own bodies. And you cannot stop women from succeeding.

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Letter to the Editor: Vote No on Question 2

On November 8, vote no on Question 2.

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Letter to the Editor: A Healthy Harvard is Happening

Our goal is to continue connecting students to health resources and providing them with opportunities to participate in programs and events on campus.

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Letter to the Editor: Alums in Solidarity with Dining Hall Strikers

While these numbers do not fully reflect the complexity of the issues at stake, the question remains: What values will be conveyed to students and the community by Harvard’s response to this strike?

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Letter to the Editor: Creativity and the HUDS Strike

That creativity and ingenuity have yet to show their face in the negotiations to end this dispute.

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Letter to the Editor: Y2Y's Food Donations

We are incredibly grateful to Food for Free and the many other community members who have worked tirelessly to provide alternative food sources, and our shelves are fully stocked in preparation for when we open our doors for the winter tomorrow night.

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Letter to the Editor: Do Not Ask Exempt Employees to Work in Dining Halls

Asking people to come in from other parts of the university is an escalation comparable to a situation in which the union might intimidate people in the process of their crossing picket lines.

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Letter to the Editor: Explaining the European Studies Secondary

The secondary field in European History, Politics, and Societies was the result of extensive efforts which took more than three years.