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An Irresponsible Campaign

Though plantations can cause negative impacts in some cases if poorly developed or located, with care and attention to planning and management, benefits should far outweigh the costs.

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Letter to the Editor

Every single university, college, school and organization will have to make climate its toppriority if our species is to survive on this planet

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Putting the “Senior” in Senior Spring

We stay late at a party that we secretly hate because we feel that we can’t possibly leave—it’s senior spring and every last moment counts!

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From Athens to Sparta

Exactly one year ago, I ran the Boston Marathon. Today, I took my oath to become an intelligence officer in the United States Navy.

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We Need To Talk

These deaths make me wonder what I don’t know about my friends. They make me realize that people who seem okay might actually be struggling. And they make me aware of how little of our lives we share with one another.

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Of Lovers and Baseball

Baseball offers the full range of emotional experience. April in the major leagues, just like the heady first days of love, is full of hope.

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Demystifying Yardfest

It is our hope that this will provide a behind-the-scenes look into our process.

Awkward Eye Contact
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Awkward Eye Contact

A campus-wide phenomenon.

Dictionary
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Dictionary

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A Case for the Victims

As much as we should admire the courage of women who seek justice from their abusers, we should show equal respect for the victims of sexual assault who remain quiet.

Janelle Monae Flyby
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Janelle Who?

Sadness, the longest of the stages, lasted until new information slowly revealed that Janelle Monáe is exactly the artist Harvard needs.

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Dialogue Over Divestment

Opinions on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are not binary; those on either side of the debate hold a wide range of beliefs.

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A Steep Price for Harvard's Investment

Being a student at Harvard is an incredible privilege. The least we can do is listen to those who are harmed in Harvard’s name, and work to make Harvard a positive force in communities from Cambridge to Corrientes.

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Stopping Court-Sanctioned Corruption

We might be at the cusp of political corruption not seen since the Gilded Age of the late 19th century.

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Toward Disentangling

Conversationalist. Adventurer. Whimsical seriousness. Peanut butter. If you boiled me down to my very core, leaving only the essentials, that is what you would find. At least I think.

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

Johnston Gate Arts Cover
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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

Awkward Eye Contact
Columns

Let’s Talk about Campus-Eye-Contact-Culture

Dictionary
Columns

Ban the Bossy Ban Bossy