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Unfair public pressure seems to be placed on Israel regarding the peace process. The Palestinian Authority routinely glorifies terrorists, recently lost a major U.S. court case for supporting terrorism, and formed a unity government with the terrorist organization Hamas.
If you see a light in my dorm room, I’m at my desk doing homework on a Friday night. And if you don’t, I’m at my desk doing homework on a Friday night, and I’ve closed the blind because I’m embarrassed.
The success of this survey is in your hands. Please respond to the Westat invitation by taking the survey, regardless of whether you think the issue of sexual assault is directly relevant to you.
If we need to have a discussion about tactics, then let’s have that discussion. But let’s have that discussion by putting forth the kind of activism that we want to see.
Had there been a representative faculty senate, that senate could have insured faculty participation in the creation of these new regulatory standards.
Rather than ask why Divest activists appear so angry, we should ask ourselves why we do not.
What needs to change are the toxic political and social conditions, present in both Western and Muslim lands, that lead to the alienation and anger that produce these violent outcomes.
While we thank President Faust for her previous efforts, the road to immigration reform is not over, and the next step is now in front of us.
It is we, the collective people, who have the power and responsibility to shape this nation into the nation we know it can, and should, be.
I don't have many stories yet, and I think it's my fault. So now, I'm going to keep my peripheral vision on high alert, my ears pricked up, and try to start learning without learning.
In its benefits brochure for postdocs, Harvard proudly boasts that it “has invested over $10 million in child care infrastructure, and commits over $4 million per year to ongoing dependent care programs and services.” In reality, these facilities do not cater to the whole Harvard community, but mainly to the established who earn the salary that Harvard is not willing to pay its postdocs.
Our concern is this: the clubs’ elite membership go on to run the world in the image of how they understand it–through the narrow lens of exclusion.
Harvard’s campus won’t be fair and safe for everyone until we have a clear and just policy, a transparent disciplinary process, and standardized access to critical residential and academic accommodations.
As the world’s richest university, with an endowment of roughly $36 billion, Harvard can afford to give its workers some paid time off during extreme, dangerous weather conditions.