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Crimson staff writer

Shayla B. Partridge

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World AIDS Day and the Tragic Politics of Health

Although HIV/AIDS may feel like a crisis of the past, 37 million people depend on bilateral funding for treatment and prevention. Their lives cannot depend on the conceits of one politician in the Oval Office.

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Join the March for Science

We write not only to professors of the natural sciences, because a threat to any science is a threat to truth and the fundamental processes of research and knowledge dissemination.

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Weeping Over Widener

This is the saddest part: That we mourn heavily for a week or two and subsequently get distracted by the business of daily life on campus.

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Down With Success

Perhaps the biggest choice we must make is what success means to us, and if ‘success’ is even an idea we want to subscribe to.

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Markey Missing the Mark on Ending AIDS

As the funding crisis grows more serious, Markey stands uniquely positioned to help.

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