When was the last time you seriously thought about what your life would be like 20 to 30 years from now?
I was left in shock by the blatant disregard for Japan’s crimes against humanity that the History Department demonstrated in allowing this image to be used in promotional materials.
Will we choose to neglect the injustices around us because we think engaging with them would negatively impact us, or will we be vigilant and vocal?
The world is problematic, and it is just not right for men to sit back and continue the unjust social structure that discriminates against women.
Harvard’s international students are definitely capable of making positive impacts on the world with their college education. So why not give more foreign students a chance?
What is ironic is that although we worry a lot about our future plans, our lives are so busy that we rarely have time to stop and think about the future.
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