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Crimson opinion writer

Lorenzo Z. Ruiz

Lorenzo Z. Ruiz ’27, a Crimson Editorial Editor, lives in Greenough Hall.

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Harvard Doesn't Need a New President Yet
Columns

Harvard Doesn’t Need a President, Yet

Harvard has no permanent president. Let’s keep it that way — for now.

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With New Fund, Ackman Cashes In

The Ackman Show channeled America’s hate and hope, pitting the nation against itself. Now it’s time to pay up.

Lorenzo Z. Ruiz Portrait
Columns

Harvard Shouldn’t Do Activism

Are we a school or a brand or a research lab? Are we political or apolitical? Are we a venue for debate or instruction? Do we exist for students or society?

Harvard Provost Alan M. Garber '76 Processes Through Tercentenary Theater on Inauguration Day
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One for Me, One for You: Garber’s Parallel Task Forces Are a Good Start

Garber's two new task forces could signal the beginning of a new age of leadership at Harvard.

Lorenzo Z. Ruiz Portrait
Columns

Give Me a Vengeful Harvard

Our president must know that Harvard is at war with the right and losing.

Gay, Bacow, Faust, Summers at Mass Hall
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Harvard’s Old Presidential Model Is Dead. Here’s a New One.

Our next president must be everything President Gay should have been but failed to be.

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