The Crimson Staff
Moral dilemma aside, the restriction of the free movement of people is antithetical to the free market ideology that many adherents of anti-immigration reform policies support. But the rising tide of xenophobia and nationalism, both here and abroad, seems to have overcome these considerations.
HarvardX for Alumni helps foster social and intellectual connections among graduates, furthering Harvard’s mission of lifelong learning.
Limiting administrative growth in favor of faculty investment enhances the student experience and improves Harvard’s research output.
While these claims are legitimate, the UC should be clearer about how the money will be used. Will the funds be directed towards specific programs before others? Will all the funds be sent to student groups or does the UC have other priorities in mind as well?
HSA’s choice to pay its workers more is commendable, especially because it is leading the way and setting an example for other employers to follow.
Shopping week is certainly a distinctive feature of the Harvard undergraduate experience. However, the specter of late course lotteries can turn a valuable opportunity into a scheduling nightmare. Course lotteries should, whenever possible, be moved to before the start of school or to the earliest possible point in shopping week.
We hope that increasing the number of women featured in business school case studies will be part of a larger effort toward true equality in the business world.
While we understand the visceral emotions surrounding last April’s terror, we remain categorically opposed to the death penalty—a conviction that requires us to adhere to it in even the most trying cases.
The state has the responsibility to answer to its citizens and take their wishes into account.
Specificities ought to be hashed out by the court, but we urge them to err on the side of the freedom of speech.
Excessively early recruiting puts unnecessary pressure on students at a disturbingly young age, and needs to be stopped.
We hope that these developments will create a community that better upholds the ideals of honesty and integrity.
Limiting the ability of these organizations to give grants and fund important research affects research institutions across the nation, and Harvard is no exception.
Reducing income inequality should be the president’s foremost priority. Not only is it the right thing to do, but it is also vital for economic growth.