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When the runners of the 45th crossed the line, we were glad the race had happened, but mostly we were glad it was over. We did what mattered. We finished.
Academics put out lousy writing because they went through 20 years of schooling that rewarded lousy writing.
Smaller sections would allow teaching fellows to more readily monitor laboratory safety while maintaining attention to each student.
Lack of transparency should never be seen as a huge political advantage.
This election should have been more than a vote on party platforms, and it also should have been more than a vote of confidence in Obama.
Your reporters may do well to visit not just the high lavatory, but the heart of Lamont.
Of course, students have a right to speak their minds freely, and corporate sponsors have a right to donate their money and institutional backing to any political view. But is it appropriate for Harvard University to lend its facilities to a group of activists who are working to eradicate the one Jewish state?
Due to our experiences with loved ones back home, we recognize that racism is a multifaceted, complex thing and that many times, well-intentioned, good people of all races can still say problematic or hurtful things.
HUHS should focus on fostering an atmosphere based on trust, not triage.
I urge students to think deeply about the dangers of political alienation, especially as the UC presidential race gets underway.
Such a drastic cut can’t be justified at a time of forecasted growth and successful fundraising.
The next time Aunt Ida from Peoria is in town, take her to see the glass flowers.