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Editorials

Harvard Should Consider Providing Narcan

Two students’ efforts to make Narcan — a nasal spray form of the drug naloxone — widely available on campus to combat opioid overdoses are praiseworthy.

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The Time to Divest Harvard is Now

The real resonance of Harvard making the responsible choice to divest from fossil fuels would be in its modeling leadership in climate action for its peer institutions.

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Harvard Should Keep Its Research Free of Undue Corporate Influence

Harvard should take concrete steps to demonstrate that it is serious about the ethical issues underlying its research projects.

The Administration of Mental Health

In order to ensure that students with mental illnesses are being treated fairly and with dignity, the University must take a cooperative role in the treatment process.

Harvard Should Compensate Its Overworked Workers

It is only fair that Harvard remunerate employees for the extra hours they worked.

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Failure of Diversity in IOP's New Member Orientation

It's time the events meant to prepare freshmen representatives for their careers in Washington are as diverse as the representatives themselves.

Escaping the Harvard Bubble, One Peak at a Time

Amid our hectic lives here in Cambridge, we often forget to take advantage of the natural beauty in our own backyard.

Are We Really Welcome Here?

It is not enough to speak about BGLTQ inclusion. Harvard needs to make a tangible demonstration that it wants all of us here.

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Columns

The Ideas Behind the Words

Words matter. And the language around gender, sexuality, and identity is constantly changing.

Columns

Rejecting Harvard’s Aristocracy

I am not interested in being part of the elite, even if it is this less white, less Christian, more “woke” WASP elite that Harvard is building.

Columns

Unsubtle Asian Traits

Leave the subtleties and the individualism for another day. Today, give the people their silly, simple, and unsubtle memes.

Editorials

Stand Up for the Sanctions, Harvard

The misguided lawsuits by mostly national national Greek organizations challenge the College’s sanctions at the expense of a more equitable student experience.

Letters

Letter to the Editor: Article Misrepresented Dershowitz

Virginia Roberts leveled her false accusations four years ago. At the time, I disproved them categorically.

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Make Civics Global, Not Just Local

Columns

We Are Failing as a Moral Republic

Editorials

Bacow Should be Deliberate When Choosing to Speak Out

Columns

There’s No Place Like Home for the Holidays?

Editorials

Condemning the Racist Drawings in Leverett House

Columns

An Asian-American Athlete’s Application to Harvard

If anything, viewing my admissions file was a reassuring yet somewhat haunting reminder of the human nature of institutions.

Columns

The Limits of Representation

We can still celebrate representation, but we’ll be far better off if we demand more.

Editorials

Reviewing Procedural Misconduct

The alleged harassment committed by Fryer is antithetical to the new code of conduct adopted by the American Economic Association just this spring.

Columns

On (Transformative) Experience, Or: The Hot Take Column

Most books should be journal articles, and most journal articles should be footnotes. You get the point: Most columns should be tweets.

Editorials

In Favor of a Realistic Diversity, Inclusivity, and Equity Committee at the Law School

A committee and office dealing with issues of diversity, inclusion, and equity would represent important steps in the right direction.

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Party Algebra 101

Editorials

Institutionalizing Diversity at the Institute of Politics

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The Moral Stain on Harvard’s Endowment

Columns

Facing Off Against Artificial Artists

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How to Teach Teachers

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