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Romy Dolgin

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What’s Your Love Language?

It takes bravery to show love and bravery to accept love. The very least we all can do it make sure we recognize it when it comes our way.

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In Support of Athlete Admissions

Athletes are pointy students like any other, and therefore do not deserve the position they’ve held in the discussion regarding Harvard’s admissions practices.

Doodling in the Margins
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Writing Creatively

By only allowing the most talented writers into the classes, Harvard is perpetuating the idea that a student has to be the best in the field to even qualify for consideration.

IGP Freshman Show
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Big Failures and Little Wins

Three auditions, three days, no callbacks. I failed, and it hurt.

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How to Be an Ally to Sexual Violence Survivors

We all must strive to be allies to those who have suffered, even when it is difficult. If we build networks of support, we can tear down the isolation and silence that perpetuate this epidemic.

L'eau de Lamont
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Finding Work-Life Balance at Harvard

At Harvard, especially because the vast majority of students live in on-campus housing, it’s nearly impossible to feel like you’re going home at the end of the day.

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Why I’m Not Woke

Maybe we can broaden the definition of “woke” to include these characteristics from both sides of the political spectrum, but until then I remain contently un-woke.

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Three O'Clock in the Morning

If we all want to be the best, do the most, and score the highest, we leave little room to admit our faults, our failures, and our fears.

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