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Life is surely something greater than a man-made system that seeks criminal justice.
The implications of climate change are increasingly well documented: Rising sea levels, more severe storms, and increased food scarcity are just a few.
Before I came to Harvard, I thought I could be anyone I wanted. Doctor, astronaut, proud owner of a $2 million yacht, you name it.
Far from broadening users’ political views, social media—at least in the case of Twitter—is creating echo chambers for increasingly cloistered partisan communities.
Since we can’t specify exactly what American culture is, we don’t have the right to determine what is un-American.
House of Bards
For some, the Office of BGLTQ Student Life might be redundant, but for others it is all too necessary.
Focusing on size also misses other important problems with the current system. Departments that offer many large courses frequently have to hire non-departmental students who too often don’t have the requisite background.
A ubiquitous symbol signaling accommodations for disabilities.
Changes from the International Symbol of Access to the Accessible Icon.
Icons like the familiar family bathroom sign reflect cultural norms.
The Accessible Icon spraypainted over the traditional International Symbol of Access.
Everyday symbols—notably the ISA—perpetuate ableism as well. Ramps, parking spots, restrooms, and doors therefore reflect an image that represents the disabled. The Accessible Icon Project, driven by a desire for a more progressive understanding of persons of different ability, takes note of this fact and criticizes the ISA on several counts.