Loui Itoh

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Not a Lost Cause

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Last Tuesday, I marched across Washington D.C. in the pouring rain, hoisting a sign that read, “Poverty is not

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A Good Place to Come Out

John and Mary seemed like the perfect Christian couple. They attended church and Bible study every week, were active in

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Compassionate Judgment

Countless conversations I’ve had with Harvard students about Kaavya Viswanathan’s plagiarism controversy have followed a similar pattern. Someone opens the

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An Indiscriminate Policy

If a Communist student group required leaders of the group to subscribe to the ideals of the Communist Manifesto, we

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The Calculus of Faith

After attending Harvard for nearly three years, hearing that the First-Year Social Committee was planning an “Anything but Clothes Party”

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The Gospel According to Hillary

Imagine if Jesus were alive today. How might he react to the plight of an impoverished Mexican worker living just

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Violating the Founders' Vision

Centuries ago, John Locke, a devout Christian and one of the most well-known advocates of religious toleration, wrote that, “No

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Not a Time to Kill

I understand why the American public is divided on the issue of abortion, especially regarding abortions that take place early

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DISSENTING OPINION: Don’t Incentivize Promiscuity

College is about making lifelong friendships, pursuing intellectual endeavors, and figuring out what to do with the rest of your

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The Crusade for a Moral Budget

Two months ago, 150 religious leaders gathered in the rotunda of the Capitol to pray for the failure of a

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The Ills of Modern-Day Slavery

“My name is Loui Itoh and I’m calling from the American Anti-Slavery Group, based in Boston. We’re looking to launch

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The Worst Form of Slavery

In February 2002, police officers raided a house where they suspected illegal activity. Along with the stashes of morning-after pills,

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Selling Our Souls to the Right

I thought Christianity taught us to love our neighbors and to feed the hungry. I thought we were supposed to

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The Reluctant Prefrosh

As a prefrosh, I thought I knew Harvard. Privy to its pompous reputation, I quickly decided that I didn’t need

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Cyberfrauds

Last week while lunching in Annenberg, a young man approached me and did the unspeakable. Though not a friend of

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Scrutiny

Arrested Divestment

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ISIL is Not the End of the World

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The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty