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Dismissals and Disparity: Racial Inequity in Harvard’s Biostatistics Department

We must identify and dispose of practices that create disadvantages for underrepresented minority students and move towards institutionalizing racial equality in graduate programs. Minority students are counting on it.

Harvard Must Oppose Corporate Immunity from COVID-19 Lawsuits

To ensure a safe campus, schools must go beyond the bare minimum – they must oppose corporate immunity.

More than Fraternity — Family

SAE has been a second family for me at Harvard, and now that sanctions are over, I hope it can continue to be a second family for many more classes of students to come.

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Renaming and Retroactive Shaming

We — especially the most educated among us — must examine our past with a clear eye and an open mind, and not engage in pandering or succumb to hysteria.

Students Deserve Harvard’s Support, Not Hollow Reassurances

We demand that Harvard prioritize the critical needs of students, especially marginalized students. No more inaction disguised in meaningless buzzwords.

Harvard’s Chinese Community Must Speak Against China’s Atrocities

I call on Harvard’s Chinese community to stand in solidarity with the Uighurs. Carry the “Veritas” torches of Harvard to shed light on racial injustice and fight against the unfolding genocide in China.


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We Will Overcome: The Part of Black People You Can’t Choke

To honor our brothers George and Ahmaud, our sister Breonna, and all that came before them, we cannot, as a black community, lose hope in the face of America’s seemingly permanent systemic racism.

On Writing Pasefika Presence: The Pressures of Representation

I continue to write in the hopes that one day, Pasefika presence will not have to be continuously and forcefully asserted in order to remain visible.

Supporting Everything Black Is Stupid

The way we can prevent the need for painful revisions of our perfect and simple histories is to write them with a nuanced perspective in real-time.

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