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To improve accountability and reduce the number of tragedies, it is essential to videotape police actions as often as possible—indeed, one of the great benefits of this modern media is the powerful transparency it can offer the public.
The growth of populism and political brinksmanship in Washington have prompted the need for a president free of the burden of re-election.
Affirmative action at Harvard today is affirmative action as it was conceived—equal opportunity for historically excluded groups to compete and succeed at the nation’s top universities.
But any House, no matter the facilities or the location or anything else, is made incredibly special by the people in it. That sounds clichéd, but we promise that it’s true.
Negative sentiment directed at any House is both unnecessary and harmful to student life at Harvard.
Economic superiority does not necessarily mean complete dominance of world affairs.
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.