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Statistics are meaningless without context, and the true lesson of “Moneyball” is that we should learn to temper our faith in numbers.
Increasing the number of primary care physicians is possible and will require increased incentives to make primary care a more feasible career option.
The Catholic Church’s doctrinal position on contraception has lost touch with the health needs of its members, to say nothing of those of Americans more broadly.
I sometimes feel as if I live in a pigsty. Maybe I’m asking too much of Harvard students, but I suspect that anyone who can flawlessly shade hundreds of Scantron bubbles on the SAT is at least capable of keeping a communal bathroom tidy.
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.
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