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Editorials

Prioritizing Public Service

In its search for a new dean of public service, we hope the committee tasked with filling the position prioritizes the selection of an individual capable of reinvigorating the public service internship process on campus for students.

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Harvard is The Dream, Harvard Housing is a Nightmare

If Harvard is the dream, Harvard Housing is surely a nightmare — one I would advise prospective students to avoid.

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House, Home, and City

We are hopeful that this measure will increase the supply of affordable housing around the city, ease the process by which that housing pool can be further expanded, and bring down ever-rising prices.

Clarifying Harvard’s Labor Practices

The University must respond in earnest to this growing tide of activism and discontent. As such, we call on the University to take three broad actions.

A New Hope for the Business School

A broader view of the challenges to the modern economic system demands a more systemic rethink of the Business School’s role in the business community and the economic system it champions more broadly.

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Traveling at the Speed of Light

Before I knew it, my seven semesters left at Harvard turned into five, turned into three, and will soon turn into one. I’ll be barreling towards a destination that is in fact the end of a chapter in my life.

Humanizing Palestinians Should Not Be Controversial

Through Israeli Apartheid Week, the Palestine Solidarity Committee aims to raise the suppressed voice of Palestinians, share their pain, and connect it to other struggles against injustice.

As an Israeli, I Oppose the Occupation

The situation in Israel-Palestine is political and is a matter of human rights and justice, not one of ideology or religion as we so often hear.

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Columns

Evangelizing Harvard

There are also these converts to the church, who have managed to overcome all these obstacles and then some. They have walked through the valley of the shadow of Richard Dawkins and have not been harmed.

Letters

Letter to the Editor: Promoting an Inclusive Community for All GSAS Students

Inclusion and belonging are a priority for me as dean, as it was for my predecessors. I’ve seen firsthand the efforts of the Dudley House leadership, staff, and fellows to make Dudley a welcoming home for all students.

Columns

What Kind of Community Should We Build?

I have been a student at Harvard for 958 days, and I have seen the silencing of marginalized students far too many times. Bacow has made it abundantly clear that the voices of students don’t matter.

Letters

Letter to the Editor: The Agenda-Setter's Veto

Yet as trust lies at the core of civil debate, clear efforts to restore that trust would carry far more weight than lecturing us about the dangers of inconveniencing the administration.

Columns

How America’s Empire Got the Upper Hand

Rana’s reading of history is a powerful one for the present day, when politics forces us to choose, falsely, between two visions of America: one that ignores our national sins and another that cannot forgive them.

Columns

Whose Harvard? Yours.

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What Kind of Community Do We Want to Be?

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Problems at Home: Take the Pulse in the Houses

Columns

Brass Stars and Butter Bars

Editorials

Prioritizing Dudley’s Diversity

Columns

Harvard Without The Extra

Why are we almost compelled to be extra? The serious truth is that many of us take the path of most resistance just to say that we did.

Editorials

Supporting Constructive Dialogue

By way of ballot referenda, public forums, or other means of sourcing valuable student opinion, the Council should always consider their overriding goal: to represent the student body and its values in its projects.

Columns

Conserving Disagreement

To the extent that I am a conservative, I want to conserve conversation; if we lose respectful disagreement, we lose the foundation of our freedom.

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From Morton West to Harvard: The Story of Weisner Perez

Being a part of a family takes commitment and as I now reflect on my time at Harvard, I am lucky to have a family in Harvard Basketball. Furthermore, being able to lead and captain this group of men has been a privilege in my final year.

Editorials

Trumped-Up Orders

There are many issues on our campus and within higher education that need meaningful and constructive responses. By speaking our minds with courage, we shine the way toward truth, transparency, and progress.

Columns

Critique of Militarized Reason

Editorials

No Auction, No Problem

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Silent No Longer

Columns

The Bitter Taste of Development

Editorials

Ec 10 Shifts to the Future

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