It bears repeating: Last Friday night, four police officers attacked an unarmed, naked, black young man.
Contributing to the field of education is one of the most fundamental ways to effect change.
It should not be so revolutionary for a woman to earn a tenured faculty position in mathematics at the University.
The upcoming vote is of paramount importance to the lives of students who teach and research at Harvard now and for the foreseeable future.
The creation of the DSO is a critical step in the ongoing process of integrating freshmen into upperclassmen life.
While we think this is a step in the right direction, we believe Harvard is lagging behind in its pursuit of helping under-resourced students adjust to college life.
At its core, the spreadsheet is a reminder that sexual misconduct and racism still persist within the Harvard community as well as other educational and professional communities.
We support transitioning control over student activities fee inflows away from the Council and toward a committee of students and administrators.
As students, we are concerned that unsealing the admissions data as requested by the Department of Justice’s brief will infringe on our privacy.
We support the recent addition of restrictions with the hope that in the long term, the program is able to find new sources and continue to enrich our minds and our stomachs.
The benefits to funding travel are sundry.
The current program is not enough. LIPP, at present, stands to more adequately protect students engaged in the selfless pursuit of the public good.
For a school that focuses on governing, having a student body that represents the national populace is absolutely essential toward achieving its core purpose.
No one ever forgets the exact moment they received their Harvard acceptances.
By inviting two rappers, the CEB bucked the electronic dance music trend that characterized the 2016 selection of Steve Aoki and the 2017 pick of Tiësto.