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I Am Two: Gay and—Not or—Christian

For the love of God, prove that you care.

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In Defense of the Arts

As the Republican tax bill puts Harvard’s endowment at risk, the University must remember not to neglect the arts.

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Keep Talking

If we are to un-paralyze our system and restore a sense of openness to our society as a whole, we must take the traditions of dialogue learned at Harvard and bring them into the world with us.

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38 Minutes

I hope no one has to ever experience what Hawaii experienced a few weeks ago. But don’t wait for a ballistic missile to notice the blessedness of the ordinary.

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Family Matters

In keeping with his immigrant roots, Harvard’s next president has shown his passion for diversity throughout his life.

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66-Year-Old Married White Male With a Doctorate

At a time when the average university president in the United States is a 62-year-old married white male with a doctorate, Harvard could have stood out as an exception.

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From Bacow, a Lesson for the Nation

The U.S. might be turning its back now on the parents of a future Harvard president. It might be ending his or her story before it begins. Trump should be watching.

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Two Questions for Larry Bacow

The most interesting part of the presser for me was hearing what questions the University had decided to plant.

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A Working Relationship

If Bacow aims to lead the University effectively, a main goal of his must be the development of a strong working relationship with the University’s faculty.

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Why Harvard Should Put Down the Football

It’s time for us to call for much-needed revisions to the sport to ensure that the game is played as safely as possible. Harvard can and should come out on this first.

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Beyond Climate: A Student Perspective

As students on the Climate Change Task Force who recommended these goals, we are ready to hold the University accountable to its commitments.

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Beware Stanfordization

Let Stanford do what it may. Harvard should remain Harvard, a place where knowledge is valued primarily for its own sake, not for the new startups it spawns.

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You Can't Teach an Old Dog New Tricks

The election has been relegated to insignificance at best and a subversion of democracy at worst by the UC’s poor publicity efforts and short voting period.

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One Harvard, Still Divisible

Harvard can still deliver on their promise of interdisciplinary education without sacrificing a whole lot. Only this time, cross-registration must work as advertised: for all students, not just those who get lucky.

Nathan L. Williams
College

Nathan L. Williams

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