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Contributing opinion writer

Will H. MacArthur

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Cambridge Police Can’t Police Themselves

The playbook for Cambridge’s response to Friday’s events will be predictable because Cambridge police have used excessive force on people of color before.

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Message in a Bottle

The responsibility for reducing single-use plastic bottle consumption on campus lies largely with students, and the incoming freshmen whom HSA targets for water subscriptions can play a pivotal role.

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Don’t Let Cambridge Get Into Its Zone

In accepting the benefits of Cambridge's universities, the city also accepts an obligation to meet the housing demand of the workers at these institutions.

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PILOT-ing a New Way Forward for Harvard

Bacow’s new administration has an opportunity to set an example of a true “model for town-gown relations."

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Public Interested

Harvard students have a lot to contribute to Cambridge, but what’s needed isn’t wisdom, motivation, or any other personal quality.

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Building Bridges Between Harvard and Cambridge

Harvard has shaped Cambridge just as Cambridge has shaped Harvard, and both communities need to understand this in order to move forward.

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