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Preserving the Harvard Square Kiosk

What will become of the Kiosk? Hopefully we can add our voices to the decision-making process. For now, safeguarding its historic form is critical and rests largely with the preservation wording in its vendor’s lease.

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Letter: Maggie Williams Doesn't Have a Partisanship Problem

For 50 years, the IOP has been a source of pride for the Harvard community. As its director, Maggie Williams not only carries its torch, but preserves its tradition as an essential forum for diverse viewpoints.

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Letter: IOP Shouldn't Let Maggie Williams Double Dip

We know the Kennedy School of Government places great value on the real diversity of ideas stemming from a bipartisan and independent learning environment. We all benefit when Harvard's Institute of Politics is viewed as a premier forum for everyone.

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Letter to the Editor: Subtract Math Stereotypes, Add Diversity

The lack of diversity in the department, combined with this assertion, seems to imply that pure math is a talent possessed only by those lucky enough to be white and male.

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The Case for Collaboration

Harvard could demonstrate its desire for working with students to decrease sexual assault by changing its policy on recognized student groups, thus providing single-gender social organizations with the option to officially work with Harvard.

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Note from the President Regarding Harvard Sanctions

The Crimson has always maintained its editorial and organizational independence.

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Letter to the Editor: Athletics and Inclusion

We are reminded that when Condoleezza Rice and Darla Moore were admitted to Augusta National Golf Club, the decision to do so was far from unanimous, but it was the right thing to do.

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Letter to the Editor: Administration is not Pursuing Student Body Expansion

To expand the size of the undergraduate student body, we would have to build more classrooms, add additional faculty members, expand our academic and health support services, and—because we are a residential college—construct new undergraduate housing.

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Letter to the Editor: The Benefits of Single-Sex Social Societies

Should Harvard inquire, I believe the evidence will show that the members of those societies participate to the same extent in the co-ed life of the campus as do other undergraduates.

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Letter to the Editor: On the Clubs that Divide Us

Learn to live, straight-up, with your fellow human beings without the benefit of any presumed authority or allegiance or borrowed pride.

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Letter to the Editor: Final Clubs, 25 Years Later

But, for me, it is worth raising the point that is too often forgotten in these debates: that 25 years ago, it was already clear that exclusive social clubs are inconsistent with the belief, held by so many of us who arrive here from varied and diverse backgrounds, that Harvard's doors are open and inclusive.

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Letter to the Editor: Supporting the Sanctions

Dean Khurana’s recommendations, accepted by President Faust, represent progress toward these aspirations.

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Letter to the Editor: Sanctions are Unjust, Outrageous

Discriminating against students for legal activities they do on their own time, outside of the University, is not only unjust, it also is in complete opposition to the kind of free and open exchange of viewpoints that a university should promote.

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Letter to the Editor: Advice on Sanctions

Single sex card gatherings, exercise groups, gaming guilds—the possibilities could fill the stacks of Widener.

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Letter to the Editor: Sanctions and Donations

The decision to put pressure on the final clubs to open their membership to both sexes is one that makes me question whether Harvard is an organization that deserves my support.