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Editorials

Another Blow to Ethnic Studies

Given administrators’ professed commitment to ethnic studies, we are disheartened by the decision to deny Garcia Peña’s tenure, especially in light of her well-regarded research in the field and her position on the search committee for faculty in ethnic studies.

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What Have I Learned From Harvard?

Can I truly and honestly say that Harvard has made me the better person I wanted to be? I don’t know. What I can say is Harvard has shown me my limitations and strengths, and given me a realistic sense of who I really am.

Editorials

Consideration, Not Condescension

We hope that going forward, the efforts of protesters will be met first with consideration rather than condescension.

Harvard Must Acknowledge and Address Its History

Harvard needs to provide actionable steps toward addressing the wrongdoings of the past and the ways in which the University continues to benefit from that historical legacy.

A Defense of PSAT Recruitment

We believe that the College is justified in conducting thorough outreach to African American students.

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The Right to Strike

The right to strike is a right to resist oppression.

The Paradox of Veritas

Paradoxically, for Harvard to be truthful, it would have to recognize reality: Power supersedes veritas in importance on campus.

Why ‘The Asian Advantage’ May Not Be an Advantage

Being immersed in a setting where diversity and inclusion are constant topics of discussion, I have introspectively delved into my personal experience of being Asian American.

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Columns

Is a Consulting Job Ever Just a Job?

This tarnishing of McKinsey, being the “best” of the consulting firms, is one that might force Harvard students to contemplate their entire existence.

Columns

Tomb of the Unknown Survivor

There are unknown survivors, too, and not just of war, but of a sadly innumerable array of atrocities. Odds are you know a survivor. I am a survivor. The only honor most of us ever get is the time we still have left to live.

Columns

America’s Political Divisions Have More To Do With Fox News Than Fake News

Among the many things that Fox News is, it is a model for understanding how partisan journalism functions.

Columns

The Ancestor You Will Be

In the age of today, we have a choice in how we will join the ranks of tomorrow — as members of an imperfect world, where people are denied rights in life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, you and I are tasked with the responsibility to protest.

Columns

Transforming a Community into a Family: What Harvard Could Learn From Home

As far as community building goes, I think that Harvard could learn a lot from Pasefika communities and their dedication to the value of family.

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Isn’t 50 Years Enough, Khurana?

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Stop Putting Us in the Basement

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Big, Structural Change, Somewhere Else

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Protest is Inconvenient

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Giving Thanks to Imperfection and Improvement

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How Harvard Students Can Learn from Student Protesters Abroad

We stand in solidarity with our Chilean peers who are putting their lives on the line to create a more just future for themselves and their community. We stand to learn from their efforts.

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2019’s Films Want Us to Listen

As students, we seek our education in the classroom, in our readings, and through our problem sets, but we would do well to augment our search for knowledge in less than traditional mediums.

Editorials

On Today’s HGSU Strike

While we continue to express our support for HGSU-UAW’s decision, we recognize that this strike will have an immense effect both on campus and nationally, and even more so if it persists.

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Beyond the ABC’s of Reading

When we begin to see reading as a flexible skill that can be improved, we can actively take steps to actually do so.

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Reading My Admissions File, Writing My Harvard Story

But reading my admissions file offered proof that there’s so much more that matters, that leaning into the complexities of our experience as students has importance that transcends numbers and statistics.

Editorials

Dialogue, Not Diatribe

Editorials

At This Year’s Harvard-Yale, Divest Wins

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Asian Americans, Speak for Yourselves

Columns

Meritocracy and the Harvard Admissions Trial

Columns

Healthcare for Some

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