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Editorials

What Harvard Teaches Powerful Men

Harvard is irrevocably tied to the #MeToo movement; the movement’s message is one for which our administration must advocate.

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Fixing Harvard's Low-Cost Fallacy

The number one thing Harvard could do for low-income students is eliminate the College’s regressive work expectation.

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Expanding the Diversity Conversation

Not every series of initiatives can be harmonious. This is in no small part because identities will clash, as this year’s controversies have shown.

The Faust Era

While we have not always agreed with University President Drew G. Faust, Harvard has, by and large, benefited from her judgement, constancy, and restraint.

Against 'Sex and Circumcision: An American Love Story'

Campuses should be places of free speech and open dialogue. Clopper’s tirade put this principle to reprehensible ends.

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Students for Fair Admissions and Harvard Both Got It Wrong

Let us oppose discrimination and lift each other up at the same time.

A Room Full of Mirrors: Harvard Without Affirmative Action

Without diversity, Harvard is, and many colleges would be, a room full of mirrors.

Recovering American Exceptionalism

Especially in the Trump era, it seems well worth our time to reexamine the mythos of fireworks and declarations, if only to ensure our own good intentions.

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Columns

Who Can Be ‘Racist’?

Consider the recent controversy involving Sarah Jeong, whose colorful tweets against white people were dug up after the New York Times’ editorial board hired her.

Summer Postcards 2018

Summer Postcard: The Simplicity of Waves

What I loved about San Simeon then and now was its simplicity.

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Harvard Parties Aren’t That Bad

Bringing the final club scene to the masses, or opening up the door just a tiny bit wider, won’t cure our dissatisfaction with our social scene.

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The Ethics of ‘Selling Out’

By reducing the dizzying variety of post-graduation pursuits to “selling out” versus “not selling out," we obscure the real ethical distinctions.

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Pyrrhic Victories Colored Purple

In many ways, the last 12 months have changed me profoundly. But in some ways, I’m the same. I’m still an optimist. I still believe in sisterhood. My favorite color is still purple.

Summer Postcards 2018

Summer Postcard: Speech & Sound

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Queer Eye for the Small-Minded Guy

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Leftward Ho, Libertarians!

Summer Postcards 2018

Summer Postcard: Passing By

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Warped Recollections

Summer Postcards 2018

Summer Postcard: Footgolf, The American Sport

First it was the Industrial Revolution. Then it was Beatlemania. The next revolution to hit the U.S. from the U.K. is coming. In fact, it’s already here.

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Learning to Remove Insult from Injury

Just like that, my ACL ruptured, and the very tenets of my identity came undone.

Summer Postcards 2018

Summer Postcard: Waiting for September

I was planning to write this postcard about something else, since this topic could make me sound spoiled.

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Not Diverse Just Yet

I bought into “brochure” Harvard, and to a large degree, I still do. But to become what the University presents itself as in its advertisements, it must begin to commit to diversity with a multicultural center.

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What a Time to Be American

It is just as well that the United States didn’t send a team to the World Cup, because it’s been incredibly hard this summer to cheer on America in the international sphere.

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