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Editorials

Editorials

Preserving History and Increasing Accessibility

From the Gold Room to Westmorly Court, Adams is filled with history—a history that should be preserved to the greatest extent possible.

Research: Keep Closed
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Against Stifling Professional Service

The best professors—both as educators and as public intellectuals—are those who think actively about how their research can be used to make the world a better place.

Research: Keep Closed
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Research: Keep Closed

Condemning Police Brutality at Harvard
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Condemning Police Brutality at Harvard

Condemning Police Brutality at Harvard
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Condemning Police Brutality at Harvard

It bears repeating: Last Friday night, four police officers attacked an unarmed, naked, black young man.

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A Secondary Education

Contributing to the field of education is one of the most fundamental ways to effect change.

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Not Yet an Equals Sign

It should not be so revolutionary for a woman to earn a tenured faculty position in mathematics at the University.

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An Important Duty

The upcoming vote is of paramount importance to the lives of students who teach and research at Harvard now and for the foreseeable future.

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Toward a Shared College Experience

The creation of the DSO is a critical step in the ongoing process of integrating freshmen into upperclassmen life.

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New Pre-Orientation Program Will Help Marginalized Students

While we think this is a step in the right direction, we believe Harvard is lagging behind in its pursuit of helping under-resourced students adjust to college life.

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Spreadsheets and Silence

At its core, the spreadsheet is a reminder that sexual misconduct and racism still persist within the Harvard community as well as other educational and professional communities.

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Supporting Social and Extracurricular Life

We support transitioning control over student activities fee inflows away from the Council and toward a committee of students and administrators.

An Inimicus Brief
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An Inimicus Brief

An Inimicus Brief
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An Inimicus Brief

As students, we are concerned that unsealing the admissions data as requested by the Department of Justice’s brief will infringe on our privacy.

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A Smaller Table

We support the recent addition of restrictions with the hope that in the long term, the program is able to find new sources and continue to enrich our minds and our stomachs.

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