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Real Life Is Interdisciplinary

The kinds of questions we will confront as adults in the world may not be solvable within the confines of a single discipline.

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In Response to ‘What Do You Do?’

The next time we are faced with the question of “what do you do,” it is my hope that rather than feeling boxed in, we are bursting with answers of everything we are and everything we are capable of.

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Pay Our Interns

If this country truly seeks to build a government of, by, and for the people, it is imperative that Congress strive to include diverse experiences and individuals in its staff, not just those who can afford to take unpaid internships.

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US Immigration Policy Should Be More Like Harvard’s

The United States should learn from Harvard and recognize that everyone benefits when we welcome talented, hard-working people from all over the world.

Jonathan L. Walton Inauguration
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A Message to the Class of 2019

Life comes at you fast. As you enter different fields of human endeavor, your ethical decisions and personal choices will reverberate with social significance in ways that you may not yet realize.

Bureau of Study Counsel
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Navigating the Dilemma of Uncertainty

It’s hard to demonstrate what you know — to produce amazing results — and at the same time honor what you don’t know — the not-knowing, the messy process of coming to know.

Rakesh Khurana
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Forward Together

As we end this year, I am recommitting myself to hearing you, to engaging with you, and to seeking common ground and areas of agreement. To find this common ground, we need your voices, your advocacy, and your ideas.

Ruben E. Reyes Jr. '19
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Exploring The Crimson’s Stigma Among Communities of Color

If we call those ghosts for what they are, if we sit with them, and then work to make their presence less salient — we can move towards making The Crimson an organization where anyone, regardless of their background, can thrive.

Students Leaving Winthrop
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Restoring the City on the Hill: Learning from the Winthrop Controversy

As one class of Winthrop students graduates and another arrives, I can think of few moments better for Harvard’s administration to model its values for the University and the world.

Affirmative Dissatisfaction
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Affirmative Dissatisfaction

A 2012 opinion piece in The Crimson on affirmative action.

Diversifying The Crimson 2001
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Diversifying The Crimson 2001

A 2001 article by Marc J. Ambinder, a former Crimson assistant managing editor, detailed the ways in which The Crimson lacked in diversity.

Ruben E. Reyes Jr. '19
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Ruben E. Reyes Jr. '19

Former Crimson Editorial Chair Ruben E. Reyes Jr '19 in front of The Harvard Crimson's building.

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Harvard’s Investment in Land and Natural Resources

It's time for Harvard to lead, not lag, the growing field of sustainable investing. Investors the world over are watching its every move.

Leverett House Exterior #1
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An Ode to the Common Room

Harvard advertises itself as a place for transformative experiences, and nothing can be more transformative than the strong bonds we form with others in our time. Nothing forges a group of friends like a common room.

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Our Roots Keep Us Grounded

As students, we may find out that we have more in common after digging into our roots and realize the important part many of us play in our own family legacies.

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