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Editorials

PILOT Better Local Impact

We call on Harvard to assess in a self-critical and honest manner the impact it has had on its municipal community and how it can go about being and becoming the best neighbor it can be.

Op-Eds

Clear Action, Not Cheap Talk

More than just the chance to take a quick survey, an external review would certainly make us feel that our concerns are being included in University policy, and that the experiences of survivors of sexual assault matter.

Editorials

UC Partnerships Take a Lyft in the Right Direction

We believe that trading access to the student body for goods and services that would help students in their everyday lives is, to put it bluntly, a good deal.

An Over-Checked Pulse

When it comes to diversity and inclusion, students have made their perspective amply clear.

Defending Black Commencement

The Harvard community must be sensitive to the unique challenges faced by minority groups and work diligently to create a home for those communities within its campus.

Op-Eds

Destigmatizing Depression

To stay alive, I realized you had to be selfish enough to take care of yourself, or selfless enough to live for the people you knew — whichever way of thinking works for you.

Thank You, Harvard Landscape Maintenance

The next time you want to complain about our lack of snow days, I encourage you to thank a member of the Landscape Maintenance team instead.

Vandalism and Gender

Harvard should promote the interpersonal discussions of gender in order to create a supportive environment for the BGLTQ community, especially in light of the attacks they face.

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Columns

Life after Dining Plans

Though some schools’ systems are incredibly complex, with dining points, dining dollars, fixed swipes, and a ton of other terminology, Harvard is on the opposite side of the spectrum.

Columns

Provoking Thought, Not People

The line between tabloid journalism and what one might consider more “reputable” media is vanishing, as we prioritize sensationalism over discourse.

Op-Eds

Harvard’s Paternalistic Power Grab

I was cut by the Fly Club and have been rejected by almost every extracurricular to which I applied. But we should honestly face the practical consequences of this attempt to foster inclusion by fiat.

Columns

I Hate These Teams

One of the battles is about the purpose of higher education, whether it should solely train the mind how to think or whether it should also impart moral cultivation.

Editorials

The Rules We Live By

For 146 years, we have published a newspaper. For 108 years, we have come together as an Editorial Board, scrutinizing sources and facts to hold those in power accountable for their actions through meaningful commentary.

Columns

A Crippling Sense of Entitlement

Editorials

Urgent Improvement in Care

Op-Eds

Sanctions: Noble, but Ham-Fisted

Columns

How Do You Prescribe a Drug for a Culture?

Op-Eds

Goodbye, Fear

Op-Eds

Why I Call Myself a Feminist

The world is problematic, and it is just not right for men to sit back and continue the unjust social structure that discriminates against women.

Columns

Harvard Runs on Free Student Labor

Our passions motivate us to get involved, but it becomes harder and harder to stay motivated as the stress increases and our efforts are met with administrative inaction.

Editorials

HSA Must Do More to Protect Its Student Workers

While we believe HSA’s efforts to retroactively compensate their employees so far constitute the legal bare minimum, the organization must do a better job of looking out for and proactively defending its workers.

Columns

Writing is Becoming the Lost American Art Form

Whatever the causes, the cultural effects of our departure from writing are quickly becoming apparent.

Op-Eds

The Freshman 15

For all the talk of first-year students gaining 15 pounds, we forget about the countless freshman who are losing 15 pounds — or more — at the ignorant hands of this harmful myth.

Editorials

Harvard, Don’t Audit Comps

Op-Eds

Pay for Play

Editorials

Harvard Hears Us, But Is It Listening?

Columns

Breaking Latinx Gender Roles

Letters

Letter to the Editor: A Clarification on Embedded EthiCS

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