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Ending the R-Word

I’m calling for a simple but powerful change: Use a different word.

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From an Outsider Looking In

Angela Matthews will always be a part of Harvard Mock Trial.

Obama Meets With Saudi King
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Obama Meets With Saudi King

Obama meeting with King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia

ISIS Fighters
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ISIS Fighters

Fighters from the Islamic militant group ISIS

ISIS Fighters
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Ideology Versus Foreign Policy

President Obama should not underpin his speeches with ideology if he is not prepared for the United States to practice what he preaches.

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The Old Ball Game

I wish I could go back to 2004 and re-live that magical October at Fenway.

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Cross burning in Harvard Yard?

President Faust’s response struck me as truly off-putting and defensive.

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Independence for Scotland

Scotland is offering the world a way to rethink the nation-state in the 21st century—and for that reason alone, we should all be paying better attention.

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Harvard Neglects Humanities at Own Peril

Extracurricular activities, arts, the humanities, and other related fields offer more than a diversity of opportunity on Harvard’s campus. They provide a wealth of new ideas and ways of thinking that make the community interesting and vibrant.

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Sikhs in America

We need a comprehensive approach to prevent hate crimes against the Sikh community.

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The Culture Wars, Then and Now

Man plans, God laughs.

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The New Suicide Prevention

In the college campus context, a public health-oriented suicide prevention program would promote emotional well-being and social cohesion among all students.

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Letter to the Editor

Are the neocons actually back? We can only hope so.

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Letter to the Editor

For students, professors, or workers who wish to smoke, to be required to leave campus would handicap them to the point of jeopardizing their place at the university.

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Clear Blue Skies

Today, we can all be New Yorkers—proud, strong, and never forgetting.

Facebook at Puzzle Day
College

This Is CS50.

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Visual Arts

Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

django unchained scene
Visual Arts

Script Doctors

Harvard vs. Yale
Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven