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Editorials

Editorials

The Necessary Regulation

A healthy dose of guarded capitalism is what America needs.

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Mental Floss

Harvard and University Health Services can counter the stigma many students feel by gently emphasizing during their yearly campaigns that these disorders are increasingly common, increasingly treatable, and most importantly, people want to help you overcome these problems.

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Old Harvard, New Harvard

What the Harvard administration should learn from these growing pains is that progressing slowly—as they did in the Old Harvard—does have long-term negative effects.

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Old Harvard, New Harvard

What the Harvard administration should learn from these growing pains is that progressing slowly—as they did in the Old Harvard—does have long-term negative effects.

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State of the Presidency

Obama has hard work ahead

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After the Quake

The United Nations is the organization best suited to coordinate relief efforts and rebuild the Haitian state.

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Bring Back Teddy Roosevelt

We believe that the intent of the First Amendment is to protect everyday citizens, not corporations or unions.

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Beyond J-cation

If the College can provide additional programming and housing in the years to come, then we remain optimistic about the future of J-term.

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Brown Wins

The Democrats must end the finger-pointing over Coakley’s defeat and focus on adapting to the political realities of the day.

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Announcing the 137th Guard of The Harvard Crimson

The full masthead of The Crimson's newest leadership.

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Greening the Globe

All nations must put pen to paper to ensure that the world moves forward in the fight against climate change.

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Smith’s Senseless Spending

Given the numerous cuts the university has faced since the unfortunate implosion of the economy and subsequent drop in endowment value, several areas of the College need future funds more desperately than professors and graduate students.

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