Meredith B. Osborn

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Harvard Fails Female Students

Four years ago, I was admitted to Harvard-Radcliffe College. In a few short weeks, I will become a Harvard graduate.

The Value of Education

I am about to graduate $7,000 in debt, so these days I frequently think about money and my education. At

Bush Muddles the Mideast

When I was in Cairo this summer, the Arab Street was busy. The bazaars bustled with shoppers and the bikers

Arguing Abortion, Responsibly

This week the Institute of Politics (IOP) began a study group on abortion entitled, “Abortion: The Legal and Political Landscape.”

The Right To Strike

Striking has a long and venerable history in America, and though union membership has shrunk in the last few decades,

The Humanities at Harvard

Goodbye, Jeremy Knowles. Hello, who? Between now and June, President Lawrence H. Summers will probably announce who will take Jeremy

Inescapable Obligations

It makes me sick leaving for Harvard for the holidays knowing that as soon as I take off, the administration

Taking Life By the Handlebars

Yesterday I saw a biker on DeWolfe Street talking to the driver of a car next to him. “Why did

From Burqa to Voting Booth

Three summers ago, as an intern at the Feminist Majority Foundation, I cut out little squares of blue mesh fabric,