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Pardoning a Turkey This Thanksgiving

Each year, a whopping 46 million turkeys are killed for Thanksgiving celebrations. Unlike wild turkeys that are free to roam, forage, and live their lives naturally, these turkeys have been through the worst types of cruelty imaginable.

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Trying to Make Sense of a Senseless Tragedy

Brown’s untimely death is the kind of tragedy that leaves you without words, and the kind that makes you sure any words you can find—to say, to post on Facebook, to tweet, to Instagram—will not be enough.

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A Statement from Eldo Kim

In several weeks, it will have been a year since I emailed false bomb threats during my final exams. Looking back, I can only cringe at my sheer stupidity and immaturity.

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Sitting Out the Revolution

My emotional well has run dry. The failure to indict Wilson was not met with the same anger that came after Zimmerman’s exoneration. I feel nothing.

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Letters to the Editor: Harvard Arab Weekend

Silencing the “other” leads to misunderstanding and thus does not promote peace.

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Letter to the Editor

In the same fashion that student divestment efforts in the 1980s blossomed into a worldwide, successful campaign against South African apartheid investments, may this action inspire major change at Harvard and other institutions to stem climate chaos.

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Finisher

When the runners of the 45th crossed the line, we were glad the race had happened, but mostly we were glad it was over. We did what mattered. We finished.

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Why I Write Bad

Academics put out lousy writing because they went through 20 years of schooling that rewarded lousy writing.

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The Case for Section Caps in the Sciences

Smaller sections would allow teaching fellows to more readily monitor laboratory safety while maintaining attention to each student.

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Where’s the Outrage?

Lack of transparency should never be seen as a huge political advantage.

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Section Size is a STEM Concern Too

Please vote yes on a section cap.

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The Irrelevance of Party Platforms

This election should have been more than a vote on party platforms, and it also should have been more than a vote of confidence in Obama.

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Letter to the Editor

Your reporters may do well to visit not just the high lavatory, but the heart of Lamont.

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Reckless Sponsorship of Anti-Israelism

Of course, students have a right to speak their minds freely, and corporate sponsors have a right to donate their money and institutional backing to any political view. But is it appropriate for Harvard University to lend its facilities to a group of activists who are working to eradicate the one Jewish state?

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BDS Panelists

The panelists with the corporate sponsors projected behind them.

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads