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Editorials

More Research is Needed on Vaping

Particularly because this issue significantly affects college-age students, Harvard should spearhead research efforts into vaping and work to better understand the health effects of these devices.

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Harvard’s Vision for Ethnic Studies: Almost There, But Not Yet

Only by subverting conventional understandings of history, which often omit the lived realities of people of color, can we come to a new understanding of the world, which can only happen at Harvard if the search committee hires the right faculty.

Editorials

Defending DACA, and Everyone Else

In light of the scale of the uncertainty they face, Harvard must defend and advocate for their well-being in all facets of college life. To the extent that the amicus brief furthers those ends, we support it.

Still Waiting for Nuance

Now, following the DSO’s decision to discipline student organizations who elect members of these social clubs via tips from other students, we ask for more nuance once again.

The Juniors Harvard Law is Attracting

While this effort is crucial to the success and lasting significance of JDP, the program assumes a certain amount of privilege from its potential applicants.

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To Harvard’s Chinese Students

I regret that this culture and ethnicity is now being championed by a government who purportedly claims to protect its people, yet, at the same time, fails to even respect their basic human rights, dignity, and value.

The Age of ‘Go Back to Where You Came From’

It is no longer enough to simply condemn bigotry. As instances of hateful rhetoric and harmful actions increase in frequency  — and risk being normalised  — there is an urgent need for a change in approach.

Miserable Sheep

The very pressures that drive us to work those extra hours make the American Dream less accessible for everyone else.

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Columns

The World is Not Kind, But Your Daughters Are Not Weak

Your daughters may get hurt, we may feel pain and be struck with grief, exposed to all the terrible things you’ve always wanted to shield us from — but we will hold close to these moments of vulnerability and rise with them.

Columns

Faux Trophies

It took me a while to finally swallow my pride. Today, I’m okay with saying my first “win” in entrepreneurship was not as impressive as I’d like it to be.

Columns

This Land is Not Your Land — It’s Our Land

With next week Monday being Indigenous Peoples’ Day, I push you to not only participate in the celebration of all indigenous people and their beautiful cultures, but also reflect deeply about the oceans you have traversed and the land you are currently occupying.

Columns

In Harvard, But Not of It

Is Harvard willing to prove that students of color truly matter, outside of brochures and palatable statistics?

Columns

The Weight of ‘Me-search’

This stress is different from academic stress. This one is personal.

Editorials

Bacow’s Apology Isn’t Enough

Columns

Can Objectivity Exist at Harvard?

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Not Harvard’s Culture

Columns

Sleep 1001 — Folks, Go to Sleep

Editorials

Unplug the Robots, UC

Editorials

A Campus Divided

Integrating Allston into the College next year will require a number of complex logistical maneuvers to function well if it is not to worsen the learning experience of students attending classes there.

Letters

Letter to the Editor: Divestment, So Much More than Optics

At the end of the day, Divest Harvard is fueled not by fear, but by hope. The climate crisis is not a lost cause. It’s an overwhelming challenge and that’s why we’re starting at home.

Editorials

Affirmative Action, Affirmed — For Now

We are glad that Harvard has won this round of litigation, but we recognize that there remains a long road ahead. We hold very dear a diverse set of values that theoretically underpin Harvard’s contested admissions practices.

Columns

Everytown for Gun Safety or Walmart?

When we decide to take global warming more seriously, will Macy’s be leading the charge? When the next global health crisis takes place, will we look to Walgreens to ignite a call for action?

Op-Eds

Affirmative Action Outside the Law

As debate inevitably continues on (not least because SFFA so clearly intends to bring the case up to the Supreme Court), we must keep in mind what wasn’t adjudicated as well as what was.

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Harvard is Built on Slavery

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First-Person Leadership and Bacow’s Climate Crisis

Columns

Trump: Maximalist or Retrencher?

Editorials

Harvard Must Continue to Make Admissions More Equitable

Editorials

Rose, Thorn, Bud: City Council’s Marijuana Policy Needs Refinement

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