Harvard must now ask itself: Is growing the endowment worth being complicit in the destruction of our very world — our very future, as we know it — regardless of Harvard’s own ability to adapt to a new climate order?
By diminishing the value of friendships between boys and girls, we stunt the learning that can be done from befriending those with different experiences and identities.
Stephen Paddock is a terrorist. He is as much a terrorist as Omar Mateen, who is as much a terrorist as Dylan Roof.
Real change does not exist in legislation alone. It must be accompanied by societal and ideological change.
Divestment and climate change research are not mutually exclusive. Rather, the combined action will only pull the University’s usage of the endowment in line with the University’s espoused stance on climate change.
I am not in the fight to give women strength—for they already possess that.