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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.
In the college campus context, a public health-oriented suicide prevention program would promote emotional well-being and social cohesion among all students.
For students, professors, or workers who wish to smoke, to be required to leave campus would handicap them to the point of jeopardizing their place at the university.
The new policy smacks of a meretricious attempt to slap a band-aid on a system that has let down survivors, schools, and society time and again.
Each of us might remember where we were in one moment, but it’s scores of others that got us there.
It’s time for the NHL to question the continued implicit endorsement of a code that legitimizes honorable violence as a way for players to self-police each other.
We, the illegal immigrants, should be proud of our experiences and let every label we are assigned remind us of that experience. Such labels should never cause guilt, shame, or remorse.