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Editorials

Admissions and Financial Aid Office
Editorials

What Are 2.5 Million Names Worth?

Though this program might help to facilitate fair and open communication between students and educational institutions, we cannot forget the profit motives behind the College Board’s practices.

Harvard Yard
Editorials

Declaring the Right Concentration

Selecting a concentration is not so much picking the one subject you will study for the rest of your academic career as it is picking the pair of glasses through which you will view all of your other interests and puzzles.

Annenberg Dining Hall
Editorials

Celebrating Scholars, not Scholarships

While we understand the importance of maintaining continued financial aid donations, which currently endow two-thirds of all financial aid, we want to challenge the way in which the event is framed and presented.

HUHS
Editorials

CAMHS’s New Pilot Program Is Good, But Not Great

The creation of same-day appointments is certainly a positive measure in providing stronger mental health care. But to tackle the mental health crisis, a much larger and more ambitious approach is needed.

CGIS
Editorials

Dominguez Review Must Demonstrate Credibility

In regards to the entire Dominguez affair, it has become increasingly clear that Harvard has failed.

UC Meeting
Editorials

A Call to UC Candidates

In place of our endorsement this year, we would like to offer a few thoughts that we hope the UC candidates will keep in mind as they campaign.

UC Meeting
Editorials

Really? More Referenda?

But regardless of our specific takes on these referenda, we are skeptical of using UC referendum as a platform for change in the first place.

Harvard Graduate Students Union
Editorials

In Support of a HGSU Strike

We support the decision of Harvard Graduate Students Union-United Automobile Workers members to strike.

Harvard Yard
Editorials

The Year the Bubbles Burst

We must acknowledge that the protection Harvard affords us will likely be just as powerful when the next recession comes, which might be soon.

University Hall Morning
Editorials

Harvard’s Pulse Has Been Taken — What’s Next?

All staff, students, and faculty deserve to feel as if they belong at Harvard. Now that the University’s pulse has been checked, we hope a robust program of treatment will follow.

United States Capitol
Editorials

The College Exclusivity Act

The U.S. House of Representatives cannot be a clubhouse; final club alumni need to pack their bags and leave the capital on this matter.

NCAA Players Profit
Editorials

Exploring the NCAA’s New Compensation Decision

While we celebrate this historic move on the NCAA’s part, we do so with the awareness that its positive principle may not necessarily correlate to the most democratic effects.

HLS Dining
Editorials

For a Law School Dining Debate, Solidarity is Key

We hope that increased cooperation going forward can provide for better treatment on behalf of the thousands of people — dining hall workers, custodial services, graduate students, and more — who make our University work every day.

Out of Town News
Editorials

Envisioning Community in Harvard Square

Can a real sense of belonging truly be found in an area so often defined by the transience of many of its visitors, students and tourists alike?

Harvard Management Company
Editorials

FY 2019: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

We are concerned that Harvard’s return lagged behind the S&P 500, as well as a standard 60-40 stock-to-bond ratio investment portfolio.

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