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To study computational complexity is to ask questions just as fundamental as those pondered in epistemology. The humanities do not offer the only sanctuary for pure scholars.
Taking an America-centric approach to global issues, though it seems better for us, will prove insufficient.
What does it say to tomorrow’s leaders when one regional and socio-economic group has Harvard’s stamp of approval to socialize in luxury to the exclusion of the rest of the university?
As a sovereign organization, Hillel has the right to determine its own policies. But even further, Hillel has the responsibility to maintain its integrity as a center for Jewish life.
Today, it is not important to condemn religion; it is important to condemn hatred.
Racist policing, whether in the form of something as commonplace as excessive enforcement of traffic violations or of something as disturbing as the unwarranted use of force, must end.
There is no consensus within “the entire Hillel family” on any issue relating to Israel-Palestine.
As this Rosh Hashanah taught me, and as any time of reflection and restoration without religion can teach, we don’t have to live according to what’s behind us. Instead, we ought to focus on what’s ahead.