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Contributing opinion writer

Tajrean Rahman

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To Be Pro-Gun, is to Be Pro-Violence

I won’t lie and say I’ll remember all these names and cases, it’s not quite possible in a news world drenched with violence. But I thought of these numerous, faceless victims everytime I see a pro-gun stand on campus.

Ways to Learn to Cope
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Ways We Learn to Cope

Safety is not an assurance for certain communities in the United States, not even a place as prestigious as Harvard.

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The World is Not Kind, But Your Daughters Are Not Weak

Your daughters may get hurt, we may feel pain and be struck with grief, exposed to all the terrible things you’ve always wanted to shield us from — but we will hold close to these moments of vulnerability and rise with them.

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The Circles We Keep

My theory of the modern Harvard student, however, is that we’ve held onto our continuing legacy of wanting to be different and distinct, “superior” from the rest.

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What My Parents Taught Me

First-generation students are celebrated for doing the unthinkable and pioneering a new legacy of change. But I reject this distinction.

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