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Harvard's Sackler Dilemma

We believe historical clarity is necessary before coming to a firm decision about the foundation’s moral culpability and Harvard’s decision to accept its funds.

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General Confusion

The rollout and subsequent delay of the General Education program have been communicated with a fundamental lack of clarity by the College.

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Harvard is Not New Balance

The cry for Harvard to defray the entire $100 million cost of constructing West Station is inappropriate and wholly unfair, especially given the state of the University’s finances over the past few years.

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A More Perfect Union Election

We believe that the expenditure of Harvard's resources is the only way to ensure a fair election that is free of suspicion.

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Necessary Support for Sanctions

The exceptional circumstances surrounding the sanctions justified this input from the Harvard Corporation.

Admissions Files
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Harvard Material? Yes, You Are.

Requests to view admissions files only serve to heighten an unhealthy and toxic atmosphere that can often surround Harvard admissions.

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Reflecting on the Sachee-Khansarinia Year

While we stand by our critiques, no reflection on Sachee and Khansarinia’s term would be complete without recognizing, and expressing gratitude for, their successes.

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Hindering Higher Education

We are extremely disappointed with this provision of the House’s tax plan. It disproportionately harms graduate students across the country who contribute knowledge, teaching, and labor to our educational institutions.

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A Lapse in Tradition

We remain curious as to why the Athletics Department scheduled an architectural assessment to coincide with the most important annual event that Harvard Stadium hosts.

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Across the River to Bain

We are glad to see this further development within HMC and are interested to see how Harvard’s real estate holdings will fare in private hands.

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Avoiding the Perils of the Transition

Given the potential risks to Harvard, it is imperative that University President Drew G. Faust’s successor be prepared to tackle the problems of the University on day one.

Laptops in Class
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Moderating Laptop Usage

We do not believe that professors should take drastic steps such as forbidding laptops in their classroom.

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Harvard Should Vigorously Defend Affirmative Action

While we hope that Harvard complies with its legal obligations in this investigation, we also expect the University to make a compelling case for how affirmative action positively serves the institution.

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Finding Balance During Reading Period

Despite the importance of academic success, mental and physical health should always be students’ first priority.

Dingman
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Farewell, Dean Dingman

Dean Dingman has served the College faithfully for many decades, but the work he has done during the 13 years he has spent at the helm of the Freshman Dean’s Office has helped transform the first-year experience.

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