As an iconic institution, let us not undermine the future of life on Earth. What will it gain us in the end? And what will it cost us?
Harvard must do a better job of matching students with mentors with whom they can form relationships and receive guidance, especially during their freshman year.
The event scheduled by the Freshman Dean’s Office encourages freshmen to chafe at and retreat from the slightest point of abrasion in their time at Harvard.
Maybe the only point in trying to understand death is to understand that this life has meaning
Michigan poisoned an entire generation. Yet, as I search for resignations, prison sentences, and uprisings, I encounter a sobering truth: Apologies, apparently, are sufficient penance for these children.
I have noticed that rags-to-riches stories are also sometimes invoked in an effort to make invalid the real, structural barriers to success that those who are disadvantaged in our society face every day.
In setting only Greek and Latin apart with the status of “classical language,” Harvard overlooks Arabic, classical Chinese, and Sanskrit, among others, as having significantly contributed to classical societies.
I believe that Trump could win not because of his iconoclastic personality and hateful, racist rhetoric, but because citizens feel alienated from the political and economic processes of the post-Recession world, because Fascism promises strength, and because people agree with Trump’s lofty goal to “Make America Great Again.”
Take that hour to go to the gym, walk along the river, or watch that episode of Thrones, and it’ll save you many hours later.
I’m talking about the spreadsheet sidekick seekers. I’m talking about an addiction, not in dark corners, but one accepted in the broad daylight of our campus and sometimes even celebrated.
Conservatives disguise their views in apocalyptic warnings about students of color, but they are the ones weaponizing education and eviscerating intellectual freedom.
There are underlying problems with raising tuition for which financial aid cannot compensate.
These cultural contexts, which often make it difficult for students to find support among family, may explain the broader status of AAPI mental health.
Facebook filters not only filter our profile pictures, they mask out our anger, passion, frustration, and energy into a single simplistic reaction rather than a sustained or impactful response.