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Sound and Fury

Usually I find the chaos an appealing challenge, but now the volume is deafening, and the noise is exhausting.

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To Build Our Own Coffins

We cannot guard our language to the point that we imagine what is nonexistent, ban leaders who should be celebrated, and delegitimize ourselves through the intentional misrepresentation of valid ideas.

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All ‘Representation Matters’

The mere presence of representation in a work of art should not be its selling point—and really cannot be, in the long run.

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Harvard Square is Our Business

Consumption choices are a reflection of buyers’ values, and Harvard Square is largely a reflection of such choices made by Harvard students.

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The Generation Gap

Having my principal deny my request to read my speech in English and Spanish helped me realize I took my parents for granted way more than I’m proud of.

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Searching for Peace, Alone

There’s something magical about setting some time aside to let your inner self wander.

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The Columns That Haunt Us

There’s been a number of powerful Harvard College graduates who’ve gone on to become influencers in their respective field. And yes, articles they wrote as mere teenagers or people in their early twenties are still available for all to see.

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The Wi-Fi is Bad and I Blame HMC

Harvard is right to seek out benefactors. It has a responsibility to see that their generosity is well stewarded.

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Educational Equivocation

We are cheating ourselves out of the richness of what Harvard can and does offer if we are only concerned with fulfilling requirements.

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Where Do We Go From Here?

This semester the two of us decided to quit the Undergraduate Council, the primary platform of our public service.

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No More Possessive Liberals

For good or ill, the country has become ensnared in decades-old politics.

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When Technology Becomes an Institution

Technology is a tool, not a doctrine. Thus the conversation should surround the tool’s use, not how we respond to its shadow.

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The Role of the ‘Elite’

There is nothing inherently elitist about being liberal. And surely the word “elite” loses meaning when it is applied to half the country.

Travis Karter
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Hip-Hop and Humanitarianism

An abundance of other rap and hip-hop artists have performed comparable charitable actions, instituting a pattern of positive behavior into rap’s culture.

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