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The Value of Education

Giving students greater accessibility to formally exploring education, especially as an intersection to their respective concentrations, is a wonderful decision.

This Time, Let’s Do Better
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This Time, Let’s Do Better

This Time, Let’s Do Better
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This Time, Let’s Do Better

They threw him on the ground. They held him down as one officer punched him repeatedly. He cried out for help. They responded with even more force.

A Rat, a Turkey, and a Squirrel Walk into Yardfest
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A Rat, a Turkey, and a Squirrel Walk into Yardfest...

"Tails," is a comic that tracks the encounters and experiences—all transformative, of course—of a trio of intrepid animals exploring Harvard.

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Cambridge Police Can’t Police Themselves

The playbook for Cambridge’s response to Friday’s events will be predictable because Cambridge police have used excessive force on people of color before.

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More Than a Friend

To queer people who are in un-affirming friendships, know that you deserve to be wholly seen and embraced by all of your friends.

De Pronto Hoy Estamos Aquí y Mañana No
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De Pronto Hoy Estamos Aquí y Mañana No

De Pronto Hoy Estamos Aquí y Mañana No
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Guests in Our Country

We are still just guests—living out of a suitcase, careful not to pick up too many souvenirs from a country that could decide we have overstayed our welcome at any point.

Fictitious Alternatives
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Fictitious Alternatives

Fictitious Alternatives
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Fictitious Alternatives

Stop dreaming of counterfactual timelines. Stop coveting a better past. Stop searching for your failings in the achievements of others.

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A People’s History of Yardfest

Before we had Wale at Yardfest 2018, we had Wale at Yardfest 2010. And though Yardfest has a complicated history, some things—like Wale—have remained the same.

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All Quiet on a Variety of Fronts

It’s a shame that our expectations for a Harvard education have become so vague and so easily fulfillable. The original 1945 program drafters had impossibly grand aims, but their articulation of the purpose of a college education should at least echo today.

My Sister Will be Hungry
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My Sister Will Be Hungry: Part IV

I grew to love it, in time, the beauty of the balanced equation, the quantity subtracted, the triglyceride transformed into carbon and water. But first the simplicity of it seduced me. How easily the body could be revised, how quickly the flesh surrendered to the whims of its inhabitant. A bloodless coup, quiet as a child drowning.

3AM Cinema Club
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3AM Cinema Club: Chapter 5

And when reality became suffocating, he looked away, a gesture that, if impactless, is at least tender.

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M16s and MREs

You can read the Ranger Handbook cover to cover, but there isn’t a page on how to motivate cold, wet, tired, and hungry cadets to get up and move out quickly.

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