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Investing in the Future

Investing in a modern university education bears little risk in today’s difficult financial times.

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Change We Shouldn’t Believe In

Democrats put a costly, partisan band-aid on the gaping bullet wound of skyrocketing health care costs.

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Lessons in Peacemaking

As Irish-Americans celebrated St. Patrick’s Day last week and continue to celebrate the remarkable peace achieved on the Emerald Isle, it is important that we all remember the lessons that made that peace possible and how they can be applied to help Israelis and Palestinians achieve a lasting peace of their own.

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On Kramer’s Statements

Since the Weatherhead Center provides Mr. Kramer with a legitimizing and prominent public platform, we wonder whether it views any policy call as ethically disgraceful.

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Correction

In the op-ed “Legitimizing Hate” in the March 5 issue of the Crimson, the Hispanic Business Magazine article “Business Diversity ...

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A New Take on Censorship

The Chinese government views Google’s decision to challenge China’s censorship laws by threatening to leave the country as yet another instance of Westerners denying China its sovereign right to govern.

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Cosmopolitan Politician

The Brown phenomenon has brought to light more than just the supposed Republican re-takeover of our national government.

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Creating a Healthy Community

Our community must actively work to reduce the stigma surrounding issues of mental health and look out for signs of emotional distress in our friends.

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Legitimizing Hate

Does giving a platform to Krikorian, with his nasty views and even nastier connections, further that mission? Perhaps next time the conference should choose a different “expert” to address this complex and important topic.

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Ultimate Fighting’s Grim Role

While the popularity of the UFC may someday wane like any other secondary spectator sport in our culture, during its current moment of glory, it will send an unsettling message and provide an unsavory example of violence as substance.

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Obama’s Tea Party

Obama needs to acknowledge the populist criticisms directed at him without exploiting the techniques that his critics employ.

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Crimson in the Green Hunt

The need to develop rapidly after India gained independence without paying adequate heed to the costs of such rapid development can be seen in the following idealistic and breathless rhetoric in the introduction to India’s Second Five Year Plan, 1956-1961—the Five Year Plans are the chief ways to guide development in segments of five years in India.

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A Global Economy

President Obama should emphasize increased globalization.

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The Dead Writer's Society

We need a figurative Dead Writer’s Society, a place where obituaries and obituary readers do more to identify what we value in our culture.

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‘Can You Hear Us Now?’

Let’s end this debate about why America has an international communications problem and start figuring out how to fix it with common-sense solutions, new technology, and a new generation of diplomats to tell our story to the world.

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