Ronald K. Kamdem

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Low-Hanging Fruit

One of the first things every Harvard freshmen sees when they walk into their room is a list of the

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A Note from the Editorial Board

As the Class of 1983 celebrates its 25th reunion, we take a look back at the opinions published on our

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A Legacy to Uphold

Few outsiders comprehend the scope of the additional demands of varsity athletics in the Ivy League as compared to other

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Better Planning for Education

When Newark Mayor Cory A. Booker promised five dollars to the student who could name the vice president of the

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‘The Politics of Parsing’

Viewers of last week’s democratic debate in Las Vegas, Nev. might be forgiven for thinking that they were witnessing a

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Americare

One of the negative byproducts of partisan politics is that social issues often lose their poignancy. The issues that Americans

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Not So Lucky

Last week, for the sake of one word, “The Higher Power of Lucky”—this year’s Newbery Medal-winning children’s book—was banned in

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Feds: Guard Research Better

Universities might not be doing enough to guard “sensitive information” in their research labs, “potentially putting at risk U.S. national

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Doing Math the Easy Way

A study published last week by The New York Times showing the poor performance of American students on international tests

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Study Explores Flu Contingency Plan

Researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) are conducting a survey that will determine whether Americans will comply

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Survey Part I: Get To Know Harvard’s Class of 2018

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Class of 2018: By the Numbers

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An Evil Woman

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