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Winthrop, Weinstein, and Why We Need Faculty Dean Accountability

As someone who loves Winthrop and served as its House Committee chair, Sullivan’s choice feels like a personal betrayal.

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A Call for Undergraduate Senior Capstone Courses

As most seniors have only four more classes to take, naturally, they will want to make these final courses count.

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Learning from the Past, Building a More Inclusive Future

We have a responsibility to set an example as a place where all members of our community can thrive while being treated with dignity and respect.

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Harvard Law School: It's Time to be Part of the Solution, Not the Problem, with Judicial Clerkships

Representation is not enough to ensure justice for marginalized groups, but in an era when our country’s most vulnerable are under constant attack, representation matters more than ever.

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A Despicable Consensus

Strong ideas and values arise from debate and struggle with different philosophies, not from reinforcement and patting each other on the back.

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Why I Applaud Dean Sullivan

What should have been a routine case for an experienced legal scholar has now turned into a lightning rod for misdirected criticism on campus.

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On Faith, Education, and Cathedrals

There is enough space in cathedrals for faith and education, knowing and ignorance, doing and not doing. Most of all, there’s time, and forgiveness.

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Cold Water for Divestment

If we’re as serious about fighting climate change as 71.5 percent of us claim to be, let’s take direct action and put our showerheads where our mouths are.

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The Threat Against Communication

The conventions of human empathy and emotion are being switched out for a more widespread but less sympathetic medium.

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Beating the Salary Gap

Money should be a reward for doing what’s good for society and what we’re passionate about, not the biggest thing standing in our way.

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Defending the Indefensible

Though the law should presume Weinstein innocent, Sullivan is under no obligation to do the same.

Office of Admissions and Financial Aid
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The Legacies of the Ruling Class

Such graduates are collectively called the ruling class, which is not a phrase one is permitted to use today in America, unless it be with democratic disgust.

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Single Gender in the 21st Century

Being single gender isn’t the problem, and one of my main issues with the sanctions rollout is that Harvard has at times strayed dangerously close to insinuating that.

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Cry from A Lone Conservative

Harvard prides itself on being an institution that promotes diversity and inclusion. However, I do not see this correlation to diversity of thought and opinion.

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Everything Wrong with Ec 10

From exorbitantly overpriced textbooks to the narrow economic framework students are exposed to, Ec 10 has a lot of room for improvement, to say the least.

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