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I: FLOAT (pt. 2)

All the voices that clamor for the surface appear only a string of hollow sounds that float lightly to the top, like bubbles in a flute of champagne, and sit there for a moment before each pops with a gentle explosion.

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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.

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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).

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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 Artistic Battle for the Amazon

Across digital and physical mediums, artists are working fiercely to put one fire out — one that causes the destruction of the Amazon and the vast life it contains— and set a new one aflame — the public will for climate action.

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American Déjà Vu

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

Anyone's Game
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COLUMN: Ivy League Parity is Back

This is the league of parity, and as long as you are not named Brown, you should never feel like you are out of a game. This league is all about chaos, and after a few years of dominating superpowers and underforming bottom-feeders, the Ancient Eight is chaotic once again. Ivy League parity is back and better than ever.

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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.

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

I won’t lie and say I’ll remember all these names and cases, it’s not quite possible in a news world drenched with violence. But I thought of these numerous, faceless victims everytime I see a pro-gun stand on campus.

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Conducting Through the Chaos

How do we optimize our lives to balance efficiency, sustainability, and pleasure?

Conducting Chaos
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Conducting Chaos

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The Militarization of the Pacific

We belong — and are in fact desperately needed — in higher education and other professional spaces, and those pathways need to be made more accessible to us.

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‘Inclusion and Belonging’ Has Failed

I want to believe that Harvard has outgrown the idea that belonging here requires that we look a certain way or come from a certain background. But then, I am forced to face reality.

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My First and Last Day as an Undocumented Crimson Editor

The Crimson has made it clear that it is not and has never been worthy of my time and labor.

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To Meme or Not to Meme: Politician Edition

It seems as though we’ve gotten so used to meme culture where we laugh at our world leaders instead of respecting them, to the point that we almost stop paying attention to their political adeptness.

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