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Editorials

Editorials

Dither No Longer

Despite the uncertain road ahead, Obama is correct in asserting that, if Afghan security forces cannot begin to keep the Taliban at bay and al-Qaeda out of its borders on their own, an American military drawdown would be disastrous for America’s own security.

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Capuano for Senate

There is one candidate who best seems to follow in the tradition of great representatives like Kennedy. This candidate is Michael E. Capuano, and we strongly endorse his candidacy for the Senate.

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Rooms in Reserve

Student groups no longer have to stress as much over reserving rooms for their meetings and events thanks to a new online reservation tool unveiled by the UC this week.

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The Public Option

While budget cuts call for belt-tightening, it’s sad to see HLS’s Public Service Initiative disappear.

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Reading Period Woes

An unintended consequence of calendar change has emerged—namely, the end of the semester has become considerably more stressful for students than in previous years.

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Swiss Mess

One thing is clear—the Swiss government and the Swiss people must take very immediate steps right this wrong.

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Party Crashers

The Salahis’ strange claim to fame should not prevent Obama from shaking hands with citizens across the country. It just tells us something interesting about what fame means in modern America.

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Bookkeeping

Preserving the quality and size of Harvard's library system is a worthy goal, and even in the midst of a recession, when cuts must be made and services must be discarded, the library system should be one of the last to feel the pinch.

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The Californian Compromise

If Californians are sincere about avoiding problems like the tuition debacle in the UC system, they must address the root cause of their budgetary woes.

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Undergraduate Circus

In the eyes of many, the damage has been done, and the UC has lost all the credibility it has worked so hard to cultivate over the past year.

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Diversifying the Faculty

Through initiatives like this, more minority scholars will emerge in the next few years, enhancing Harvard’s ability to hire top-quality faculty from a variety of backgrounds.

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America the Genteel

President Obama’s respectful bow to the Japanese emperor represents a sincere attempt to express respect and cultural acumen.

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Standing Up

Phillips demonstrated a remarkable level of political and social awareness well beyond his years in recognizing that equality and justice for all citizens has not yet been achieved in America.

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The Need for Card Reform

Above all else, bringing transparency to financial products appears to be a high priority for the current administration, and this is an important step in the right direction.

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