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Faith at Harvard
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God and Harvard

If I am willing to pay but one moment more acknowledging God’s presence even in my most mundane, routine activities at Harvard, “Veritas” becomes much more than a motto; it becomes a reality.

Faith at Harvard
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Faith at Harvard

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University Ethics and the Spirit of Accountability

To engage the world around us with moral courage, we must build systems that genuinely empower local and otherwise non-Harvard voices in our decision-making.

Alone in Dining Hall
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Alone at a Table for Ten

With every familiar face that walked by without a wave, with every person I failed to speak to, I was reminded of my immense failure to reach out and connect to the people I most wanted to become close with.

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Alone in Dining Hall

Pile of Clothes
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Pile of Clothes

"Recently, a friend told me that it’s hard to be asked what she wants."

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Let Us Be Humble

Our lack of humility has translated into a lack of respect for the very things that we pretend to be modest about.

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Calling Out for Compassion

Hola, nena. Dios te bendiga. I hope you’re well…know you’re busy but…wanted to talk if you have any time today. Things in Venezuela are really getting to me…couldn’t get out of bed today, just stayed in watching the news. Thank God the US recognized Guaido…maybe more countries will follow now. Anyway…love you. Call me.

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Ephemera

When it heals, the blood is still trapped under skin. Buried.

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Evangelizing Harvard

There are also these converts to the church, who have managed to overcome all these obstacles and then some. They have walked through the valley of the shadow of Richard Dawkins and have not been harmed.

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What Kind of Community Should We Build?

I have been a student at Harvard for 958 days, and I have seen the silencing of marginalized students far too many times. Bacow has made it abundantly clear that the voices of students don’t matter.

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How America’s Empire Got the Upper Hand

Rana’s reading of history is a powerful one for the present day, when politics forces us to choose, falsely, between two visions of America: one that ignores our national sins and another that cannot forgive them.

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Further Realms: 'Nipsey Hussle, Can You Hear Me?'

Perhaps this kind of conscious, selfless reflection brings us closer to the kind of existence that happens once our time on this plane is up.

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ouija

Collecting a group of friends and my Ouija Board — gifted to me years ago by an aunt — we assemble in a circle on the hardwood floor of the Co-op library.

Jaded at Harvard
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Harvard Without The Extra

Why are we almost compelled to be extra? The serious truth is that many of us take the path of most resistance just to say that we did.

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