It was the diversity that exists in Harvard’s student body that, ironically enough, allowed me to feel at home for the first time in my life.
As the SEAS Committee on Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging creates this five-year plan, we have high hopes that it will present a real step forward for a SEAS community.
Bacow has the chance to reaffirm his commitment to justice for all members of the Harvard community, no matter their origins. We urge him to take it.
The department’s strides in uncovering this information cannot remain in the realm of statistics. Concrete action must follow.
Sullivan’s decision extends Harvard students a critical opportunity to learn of the importance of engaging with other viewpoints.
We demand that the Harvard administration immediately remove Sullivan from his position as faculty dean of Winthrop House.
As the city of Cambridge and Harvard students struggle to help the homeless, one party is conspicuously absent — the University.
We — Harvard, the American university, modern education — quite simply lack the courage it would take for us to build liberatory and transformative institutions.
This kind of dining allows students not only to feel represented by the food they’re familiar with at home but also gives those who may not have tried these foods the opportunity to experience new cuisines.
In a world that views political identities in binary form, my refusal to pick a side means that I automatically get labelled as being part of the "other" side.
The point is that the intelligent observer will realize that the liberally educated remain a small minority of the national population regardless of how many people attend universities.
The physical safety of users must certainly be a priority for Uber, but so should their safety on the web and the privacy of their data.
Writing is scary, but it has also become a form of resistance. Spots at the table are not handed to me. I must keep pushing for my voice to be heard.
By moving to phase out social organizations which for centuries have had a formidable presence on Harvard's campus, the University strikes out against the very principles which it claims to herald.
Harvard has a responsibility to fight to ensure the status of its students, faculty, and staff, and we hope that the University takes up the task at hand with moral conviction and seriousness of purpose.
Are we missing something important about the quality and dignity of labor in the American economy, as so many Democrats — particularly from the party’s progressive wing — would have us believe?
As someone who loves Winthrop and served as its House Committee chair, Sullivan’s choice feels like a personal betrayal.