The department’s strides in uncovering this information cannot remain in the realm of statistics. Concrete action must follow.
The physical safety of users must certainly be a priority for Uber, but so should their safety on the web and the privacy of their data.
We laud Harvard and its affiliates who have worked directly on these initiatives to promote educational equity and access to disadvantaged CRLS students, some of whom go on to gain admittance to the University.
The increase in high-end stores will have an adverse effect on both students and the residents of Cambridge, as affordable options become increasingly scarce.
Despite Zhang and Boucher's shortcomings, we would be remiss not to recognize their commitment to trying to improve the Harvard experience for students.