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It’s possible to remain elite without relying on generational preferences.
Discomfort at Harvard comes in many different forms. But the main source of my own has come from class, privilege, and wealth.
Medical philanthropy is very much a political and racial issue.
Harvard should invite everyone to look four centuries ahead and to imagine ourselves in a world reshaped by the unchecked consumption of fossil fuels.
President Obama should not underpin his speeches with ideology if he is not prepared for the United States to practice what he preaches.
President Faust’s response struck me as truly off-putting and defensive.
Scotland is offering the world a way to rethink the nation-state in the 21st century—and for that reason alone, we should all be paying better attention.
Extracurricular activities, arts, the humanities, and other related fields offer more than a diversity of opportunity on Harvard’s campus. They provide a wealth of new ideas and ways of thinking that make the community interesting and vibrant.
We need a comprehensive approach to prevent hate crimes against the Sikh community.