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Another Perspective Against HGSU

The union’s campaigning has focused solely on the best-case scenario. But I implore students to think critically about what comes next.

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Harvard Should Rethink Its Architectural Approach

If Lowell is any indicator, Adams House, Harvard’s next target in its River House renewals, will bow architecturally and unapologetically to the past.

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Why Harvard Needs Shopping Week

I write this as an English concentrator who would have declared Government had I not shopped a certain English course last fall—one I hadn’t initially considered.

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The Precarity of Being an International Graduate Student

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.

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Low-Income White Students Like I Was Cannot Be Used As a Tool To Undo Affirmative Action

Increasing access for low-income students should complement—but not replace—increasing access for underrepresented students of color.

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Harvard Cannot Investigate Itself

The gravity of the administration’s failure over decades should not be underestimated. In 1983, I specifically warned that this professor was a “repeater.”

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Why I’m Not Woke

Maybe we can broaden the definition of “woke” to include these characteristics from both sides of the political spectrum, but until then I remain contently un-woke.

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What They Don’t Teach

Many of the disciplines that we consider today to be our most powerful tools in the fight towards equality have roots in hate, fear, and prejudice.

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New Buildings and Old Mindsets at Harvard Kennedy School

The Kennedy School should not discourage talent from even entering the applicant pool because its childcare situation is abysmal.

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An Open Letter to BGLTQ Students

BGLTQ students: Harvard is not complete without you. Our religious, spiritual, and ethical communities on campus are not living into their fullest potential if you are excluded.

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Till the Stars in the Firmament Die: Harvard’s Alma Mater and the Making of a Trade School

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.

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What Democrats Stand To Lose In the Gun Debate

Democrats must now tread carefully or risk pushing too hard and losing the wind at their backs.

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Wellness at the the Law School: Promises to Keep and Miles to Go Before We Sleep

The mental health crisis facing modern lawyers has been reported so extensively, it barely needs repetition. Yet the causes have been woefully overlooked.

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It’s Time for Harvard to Stop Funding Climate Change

Harvard would do better investing according to its values, by ruling out positions that foment environmental harm, and simultaneously avoiding unsustainable investment practices.

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A Step

There is great power in the clopping of heels. There is great power in femininity. And I hope to embrace that power with each step that I take.

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