Bernadette N. Lim
The Difficulties of Holiday Dinner
For many who have been directly affected by recent events, going home can be a disembodying change of culture and environment. The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion’s placemats help students navigate these difficult conversations.
Support Minority Students: Diversify Counseling and Mental Health Services
We call on the Harvard administration to dedicate more funds to the development and refinement of mental health services for marginalized students.
Supporting Affirmative Action as Asian Americans
For all the charges of racism that one could level at Harvard, an oversimplified call to eliminate the use of race in admissions should not be one of them.
$1,000 Pills and the Future of Global Medicine
If health intervention and action is dependent on merely one discipline or field of study, the fruits of social justice and health equity can never be fully realized.
The Naked Truth: Black Lives Matter
In our stern voices, we chanted: “Black lives matter! Black lives matter! Black lives matter!” Confused, boisterous, and starkly naked, they replied: “U.S.A.! U.S.A.! U.S.A.!”
The Politics of Medical Philanthropy
Medical philanthropy is very much a political and racial issue.
Why I Can’t Be an Investigative Journalist
If I choose to pursue journalism, I will meet more structural and societal barriers
The #Hashtag Revolution
I worry that the hashtag is becoming not only the preferred form of social protest, but the only form of social activism and social justice of our generation.
Left Unheard in the Debate
Many today feel uneasy when talking about Asian-Americans and affirmative action—and understandably so. Asian-American students in today’s education system share that anxiety.