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Harvard Held the Future of Education in Its Hands. Then We Sold It.

The story of edX has demonstrated the difficulties of democratizing access to knowledge, but there is no need to end the story here.

Which Side Are You On?

The legacies we pursue and ultimately leave behind serve as a testament to our values, aspirations, and the very essence of our character.

Dissent: The Only People Congress Has Fooled Is the Editorial Board

Congress continues to demonstrate that they’re more interested in treating Harvard like a political punching bag than governing our country.

Opinion's Choice

  1. Harvard Admissions Should Be More Meritocratic
  2. I’m Trans, and I’m Not up for Debate
  3. Announcing The Crimson Editorial Board’s Spring 2024 Columnists
  4. Reaping What We Have Taught
  5. I Led Harvard Medical School. With Gay’s Resignation, the Corporation Must Rethink Its Approach to Governance.


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Stop Assuming People With Disabilities Need Your Product

The language used by biotech companies to discuss disability and promote their products often imply necessity — that the consumer needs their product in order to better their life. This messaging must go.

On the Antisemitic Cartoon

A deleted post and swift institutional apology will not be enough. As entities dedicated to progress, PSC and AFRO have serious work to do.


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Council on Academic Freedom at Harvard

By Various Faculty Members