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Editorials

Celebrating Scholars, not Scholarships

While we understand the importance of maintaining continued financial aid donations, which currently endow two-thirds of all financial aid, we want to challenge the way in which the event is framed and presented.

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Task Force on Student Mental Health Engages Community Perspectives

It’s also no secret that universities in general, and Harvard in particular, are high-stress environments that attract people who are high-achieving, and who often have become so at great personal sacrifice.

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CAMHS’s New Pilot Program Is Good, But Not Great

The creation of same-day appointments is certainly a positive measure in providing stronger mental health care. But to tackle the mental health crisis, a much larger and more ambitious approach is needed.

Dominguez Review Must Demonstrate Credibility

In regards to the entire Dominguez affair, it has become increasingly clear that Harvard has failed.

A Call to UC Candidates

In place of our endorsement this year, we would like to offer a few thoughts that we hope the UC candidates will keep in mind as they campaign.

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What Will Become of Us?

When was the last time you seriously thought about what your life would be like 20 to 30 years from now?

Why the Mandatory Unlimited Meal Plan is Unfair

Abandoning the requirement for all on-campus students to have unlimited meal plans would go a long way in lightening the financial burden that many students carry and in increasing the ability of students to control their diets.

Abstaining from the UC

Until there is a candidate who recognizes these flaws and a UC that is dedicated to fixing them, I would like the right to abstain in a UC election.

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Columns

Pete Buttigieg, Candidate for the (White) People

It’s not as though people of color could dislike Buttigieg because his track record on civil rights is poor and because he doesn’t have strong stances and clear plans related to the issues that affect them most.

Columns

Our Last Harvard Confessions

Overall, in the grand scheme of things, not much has changed. We’re older, grayer, bruised, tired to the bone (and dare we say perhaps even a bit wiser).

Columns

When the Devil Beats His Wife

We need a real commitment from the University to protect the student body and support victims in their pursuit of legal retribution.

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The Domínguez External Review Must Not Be A Whitewash

When we confront the failures of the past, the truths we uncover are unlikely to be reassuring — but we must embrace them nonetheless.

Editorials

Really? More Referenda?

But regardless of our specific takes on these referenda, we are skeptical of using UC referendum as a platform for change in the first place.

Columns

To Be Pro-Gun, is to Be Pro-Violence

Editorials

The Year the Bubbles Burst

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Searching for Some Truth

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What’s In a Story?

Editorials

Harvard’s Pulse Has Been Taken — What’s Next?

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Do We Make Ourselves Miserable?

It seems that life is far from lacking in the department of pain. It produces enough misery to promote self-improvement without the College adding on.

Columns

American Déjà Vu

Despite these monumental cultural changes, some things are eerily similar. Such indistinguishable change plagues American foreign policy.

Editorials

In Support of a HGSU Strike

We support the decision of Harvard Graduate Students Union-United Automobile Workers members to strike.

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Deconstructing Activism: Reading Between the (Metro) Lines

While we cannot participate in these demonstrations or effect concrete institutional change from Cambridge, we can let these students know that their voices are heard across seas and encourage them to keep shouting.

Columns

Retiring Capitalism

Capitalism is a system of economic progress, but at a certain point, whether today or somewhere down the line, the burden of progress, of the strictly economic sort, will be best left behind.

Columns

Conducting Through the Chaos

Editorials

The College Exclusivity Act

Columns

The Militarization of the Pacific

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Don’t Forget About Plants After the Leaves Fall

Editorials

Exploring the NCAA’s New Compensation Decision

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