Our Harvard is better when all members, including our international students, work with the stability of a contract and the security of a community that can organize in times of need.
Increasing access for low-income students should complement—but not replace—increasing access for underrepresented students of color.
The Kennedy School should not discourage talent from even entering the applicant pool because its childcare situation is abysmal.
By failing to provide foundational courses undergraduates want to take, Harvard is only speeding the flow from CGIS and Emerson Hall to the shiny new Allston campus.
The mental health crisis facing modern lawyers has been reported so extensively, it barely needs repetition. Yet the causes have been woefully overlooked.
Harvard would do better investing according to its values, by ruling out positions that foment environmental harm, and simultaneously avoiding unsustainable investment practices.