While math and science can certainly give us a better understanding of objective reality and advance social progress, the ways that people instrumentalize math and science cannot be divorced from their own biased purposes.
For seniors being coaxed by a silver platter of options from proactive private sector firms, the anxiety to get a job as quickly and painlessly as possible often leads to corporate capitulation.
When passion and principles are reviled, snakes can slither freely without reproach.
Why are Harvard students, usually ready to pounce at any opportunity to compete, so blind to hone their friendship skills?
Luckily for us, students can combat the school’s anxiety-inducing culture in a straightforward manner. Simply, students have to start loving themselves.
I have learned that transactions feel more fulfilling when they are the means to an end that actually makes me happy.