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Making Student Employment More Accessible

In making its employment more attractive and accessible, Dorm Crew has set a model that other employers should aspire towards.

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Reorienting Efforts on Sexual Assault

If this new training program is able to prevent even one sexual assault, then it unequivocally will have been worth the 30 minutes required for each student to complete it.

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A Move Toward Greater Inclusivity

For final clubs, a truly accessible punch process will not just invite all sophomore males or sophomore females, but also actively strive to lower barriers to entry for people who might not otherwise be able to join—people of all genders, people of color, people from low-income backgrounds, people with disabilities, and people who identify as BGLTQ.

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A Supplier Demands

But by putting a minimum $130 sticker price on an introductory economics course, Mankiw prevents low-income students from accessing the Economics Department and stifles their interest in a potential concentration in economics.

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More Nuance in Affirmative Action

While we disagree with the objective of this lawsuit, we believe that claims of discrimination against Asian-Americans do justify greater scrutiny of Harvard’s admissions process.

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Support HUDS Workers

Harvard needs to recognize the important role—one that is not fungible—that HUDS workers play on campus, and compensate them accordingly.

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A Nudge in the Right Direction

The process of registering to vote can be complicated and daunting, especially for students, many of whom don’t vote in Massachusetts and may also be first-time voters.

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Free Elections, Free Harvard

Despite the unconventional nature of Unz’s platform, discouraging the input of outside voices will harm the University in the long run.

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A Knee-Jerk Reaction

Even though reasonable people disagree about how Kaepernick chose to highlight these issues, they cannot deny that such ills are among the most significant injustices in the United States.

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A Win-Win Situation

Officers’ refusal to volunteer, and the police union’s subsequent lawsuit, are both unfortunate setbacks to a promising program.

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No Guns on Campus

If college campuses are to remain the intellectually free and challenging sanctums they are meant to be, guns have no place.

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Supporting Maggie Williams at the IOP

Maggie Williams has every right to actively support any political cause, and it is especially in her role as IOP Director that she is entitled to—and actively encouraged to—engage in political expression.

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Safe Spaces and Free Speech

While the University of Chicago may have overstepped in issuing a blanket condemnation of safe spaces and content warnings, its letter was also a reaction to the suppression of speech that has every right to be heard on university campuses everywhere.

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The Right to Unionize or Not

Whatever its advantages and drawbacks, unionization is now open to discussion among graduate students without legal speed bumps impeding their efforts.

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Congratulations, Class of 2016!

We wish the graduating seniors all the best for the next phase of their lives.