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A Prime Location

Should Amazon decide to come here, it would greatly benefit from the area’s intellectual resources, culture, and diversity.

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Bern-ed Out

As a symbol of leftist politics, Bernie Sanders’s presence in this local election is detrimental to the nonpartisanship that makes local government work.

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Inequalities in Equations

The striking gender gap in Harvard’s Mathematics Department is not surprising for those who concentrate in this field—and especially not for non-male students.

Presidential Search and Faculty Governance
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Faculty, After Faust

Harvard College should take efforts to ensure that those with the most responsibility to execute education—its Faculty—should play an active role in solving the issues of the day.

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A Kickoff for Change

Compelling all teams to undergo training on diversity and sexual harassment begins a conversation, but preventing “locker room talk” will require a broader cultural shift than five sessions a year.

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Not One More

In looking at the events that have occurred at Yale, we would push for Harvard to create contingency plans for situations like these.

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Supporting the New Associate Dean of Diversity and Inclusion

Students seek to feel supported by the University administration, and we are hopeful that Davis will be able to ensure this support through tangible, concrete actions.

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Transparency and the Undergraduate Council

We call on the Undergraduate Council president and vice president to consult the representatives on decisions so as to better reflect the entire student body, not merely a small fraction of it.

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Halting Haunted Hall

Though it is unfortunate to see one fewer Harvard-wide, socially inclusive event, the College Events Board’s decision to defund "Haunted Hall" is a reasonable one.

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Paying for Free Speech

As long as speaking events remain controversial, Harvard will have to spend its money on security.

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Preserving the Face of Harvard Square

Designating the kiosk as a historical landmark would go a long way towards fostering a greater sense of history and appreciation in Harvard Square, and that is something all Square denizens would benefit from.

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Conquering Columbus Day

Forcing indigenous people to share a University holiday with the man who symbolizes their abuse is cruel and inappropriate.

Trump, Lobbying, and The New President
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Lobbying for the Next Lobbyist

The next president should be able to guarantee resources and protection for all students regardless of their background.

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Lobbying for the Lewis Motion

As these primarily unnamed organizations begin to lobby faculty members, we hope that professors are able to listen fairly to the plethora of student voices on the new sanctions policy.

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Till the Song of the Puritans Dies

The 20 verses that comprise the longlist are mostly fine choices and worthy to replace the final line of the alma mater’s.

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