Student voices and grievances are valuable contributions to open dialogue and a comprehensive Harvard education.
Both the University and the students aiming to unionize must do everything in their power to make the election a procedurally clean one.
The endowment tax is a calculated disregard for the important role of research in American society at a time when even facts are under constant attack by our leaders.
By inviting Hill-Perry to speak, HCFA is presenting inaccurate, misguided beliefs about conversion therapy to its membership.
When freshmen select their blocking group or choose to block alone, they are not selecting their social circle for the next three years.
While we express here a positive outlook on the Bacow presidency to come, we also feel it incumbent upon us to remind him and our readers that we will scrupulously hold him accountable.
But it is not enough for us to click through a few slides on a computer screen. We, along with offices dedicated to sexual harassment and assault, can and must do more.
As freshmen begin to navigate an increasingly complicated social scene at Harvard, we hope that the College will serve as a guide and support, rather than source of confusion.
Given the conclusive evidence supporting the existence of anthropogenic climate change and its pernicious effects, Harvard must take advantage of every efficacious strategy to fight it.
Although the School of Public Health’s rejection of these funds is not itself praiseworthy, we are glad that the it has upheld basic ethical standards for academic research.
Just as Faust has shown continuous support for undocumented students, she should show support for TPS recipients as well.
The continuous decline in student engagement in the UC represents a systematic problem with the Council that cannot be solved by a simple change of leadership.
With perhaps a few exceptions, the complex and dynamic responsibilities of Harvard's next president make it unwise to deviate from the current trend of favoring internal candidates.
Given the fact that Harvard Square is already showing signs of gentrification, the Kroon petition risks further exposing the Square to its negative effects.
We hope that the presidential search committee will prioritize factors beyond financial acumen—including diversity, lobbying ability, international experience, and knowledge of STEM.