The ticket's emphasis on communication promises to make the greatest impact on the undergraduate body next year.
The Statistics Department should continue using tools like cross-faculty hiring to continue bolstering female representation in its advising network.
No matter how alumni might feel about the Harvard admission trial, we hope they will continue supporting current students.
Although the University should be judicious in addressing political issues, it should speak out about policies that could pose a danger to members of the Harvard community.
Graduate students are an integral part of the Harvard community. The University should make sure they feel included on campus.
We commend the Law School for making this massive trove of legal information available to the Harvard community and the public at large.
Use the power of the critical thinking skills we develop here at Harvard to spend meaningful time considering the various issues on our ballots.
Harvard must recognize the influence that it wields over our future leaders and be held accountable for the compositions of its classrooms.
Despite the presence of unfortunate imperfections in the admissions process, the College is making a strong effort to give each student a fair, holistic review.
Harvard must publicly condemn the killing of Khashoggi and critically assess its relationship with the Saudi regime.
Question 3 attempts to politicize the experiences of transgender individuals, and we must unequivocally condemn this behavior.
Our democracy cannot be equitable when the instruments of power are controlled by a few wealthy families and operated for their own personal gain.
For a proper discussion around the important issue of nurse-patient ratios in Massachusetts hospitals, vote no on Ballot Question One.
University administration should not be surprised that students are selling their tickets and complain when it caused the problem in the first place.
The Admissions Office should not use one form of diversity to belittle another. Students deserve better than that.