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The Indecorous HGSU-UAW

The HGSU-UAW rushes on, but for it to be a durable institution that brings meaningful, positive change to Harvard, it must start thinking beyond the merely legal.

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We Assumed Wrongly

Dominguez should have never been allowed to become my professor. Harvard allowed us to look up to him by remaining silent.

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A Different Kind of Harvard House

At its very essence, public service celebrates the very best of humanity: people selflessly committing to making the world a more equitable place.

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All in the Family: Finding Criminals Through the DNA of their Relatives

Even in light of recent privacy breaches involving companies like Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, Californian authorities did the right thing in the interests of justice and public safety and, against the odds, hit the jackpot.

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The Girls' Club

Let’s get together as women to celebrate both the big and small victories. Let’s elevate one another and remember to pull other women forward as we advance in our own careers.

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The Case for Housing Reform

For a school that focuses so much on equality and fairness, there is a glaring absence of either in the housing lottery.

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Our Space, Our Voice: Welcome from Act on a Dream

There is no single story of migration, but we can still build solidarity by listening to each other and sharing resources and tools.

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Is Personal Accountability a Thing of the Past?

This was an incident where an adult made choices—choices that led directly to an interaction with law enforcement—and these choices have consequences.

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Toward a Better Israel-Palestine Conversation

The current conversation regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, both within Harvard’s Jewish and Arab communities and on campus as a whole, lacks nuance.

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A Message to Prospective Conservatives

I won’t tell you that being a Harvard Republican will always be easy. It won’t. But I will strongly encourage you to resist shying away from this campus for that reason.

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You Cannot Help Us If You’re Looking Past Us

There is a lack of empathy and understanding at HUHS. It has everything to do with racism. It has everything to do with the police incident that occurred on Friday night.

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The Perils of Technocracy at the Kennedy School

We enter the Kennedy School asking what we can do to create positive change. We expect our education here to help. A piece of advice from a soon-to-be graduate: It won’t.

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The Ice Queen Cometh: Women Must Rise Up to End Gender Discrimination

The extension of the conversation beyond overt sexual harassment and assault is vital: Gender discrimination is often less visible but far more pervasive.

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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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