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University Hall
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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.

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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.

University Hall
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An Over-Checked Pulse

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

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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.

The Harvard Crimson
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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.

The Harvard Crimson
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The Harvard Crimson

The Harvard Shop
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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.

Paul J. Barreira
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Urgent Improvement in Care

Whether or not this trend is indicative of poor undergraduate access to healthcare, it does point to a need for systemic reform within HUHS.

University Hall
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Harvard, Don’t Audit Comps

We do not believe that a comp audit would be the best way to accomplish and further goals of student inclusion at Harvard.

University Hall
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Harvard Hears Us, But Is It Listening?

The University, both in its organization of this summit and in general, needs to do a considerable amount of work before they can truthfully claim that they not only hear us, but are really listening too.

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Harvard Hasn’t Done Enough, But Graffiti Isn’t the Answer

For the sake of maintaining a safe and productive campus culture for all, Harvard must do more to make students feel that they have meaningful recourse outside of illegal demonstrations.

HCFA Building
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Student Groups and HCFA on Campus: A Year in Review

We believe that failure to clarify the University’s position and bring HCFA’s status into accordance with stated University procedure represents a lack of consistency on the part of the administration.

Philosophy Department
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Coding a Better Future

The creation of Embedded EthiCS affirms the two departments’ understanding that examining the ethics at play in a novel field like computer science is an essential part of developing the field responsibly.

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Gratitude for HUDS workers

Rakesh Khurana
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In Support of Amnesty

A full emergency room during Yardfest is not ideal, but the alternative is far, far worse.

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