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Razing Arizona

Perhaps the governor and superintendent don’t quite realize just how much damage their actions will cause; if these two pieces of legislation become a reality, they will have truly razed Arizona.

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Undergraduate Research in the Sciences at Harvard

Indeed, as one of the foremost research institutions in the world, Harvard must meet the challenge of ensuring that all undergraduates at Harvard, and especially those in the sciences, have the opportunity to engage in research as part of their education.

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Science and the Liberal Arts

It is time we liberated science within the liberal arts.

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Razing Arizona

Perhaps the governor and superintendent don’t quite realize just how much damage their actions will cause; if these two pieces of legislation become a reality, they will have truly razed Arizona.

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MIT Behind Harvard in Access to Medicines

Contributing patents to the GlaxoSmithKline patent pool is the least a university can do.

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Not All Who Wander Are Lost

A fear of becoming a “Lost Generation” may not be unreasonable. But we are not lost, not exactly. We simply don’t know where we’re going yet. And that’s just fine.

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Lifting the ROTC Ban

Commencement and the coming weeks are a fitting time to join with President Obama, to speak and act to end the ban on ROTC, and to affirm the message to all students and to our country that Harvard will always stand with our military in serving the nation.

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Harvard Will Get Better Once the Seniors are Gone

Over these Commencement days no doubt professors, family, and friends, all weak of heart, will congratulate you on a job well done. Not I.

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The Tip of the Iceberg

The responses of jurists to the government’s proposed legislation make it very clear: The “burka ban” does not uphold the principles of French republican law—it overtly violates them.

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The Democratic Imagination

Participatory democracy offers us a solution that goes beyond the traditional dichotomy.

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Undergraduate Research in the Sciences at Harvard

Indeed, as one of the foremost research institutions in the world, Harvard must meet the challenge of ensuring that all undergraduates at Harvard, and especially those in the sciences, have the opportunity to engage in research as part of their education.

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The Importance of Educating Girls

Today, 18 years after Summers’ speech, the question is no longer whether girls’ education in the developing world is an economically valuable cause, but rather how to best affect change within this sector.