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Harvard Can Kill the Diversity-Excellence Dichotomy

We must remind the world of our selectivity and rigor by tightening standards in undergraduate admissions and faculty hiring.

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Harvard’s Bubble Economy Is Not the American Economy

We applaud Harvard’s attempt to free its students from the anxieties of navigating rent, groceries, and utilities. But it is important to recognize that this approach produces a cohort of young people insulated from the economy everyone else is waking up to.

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It’s Alright to Demand the Disinvitation of Speakers

Speaker disinvitations may often be objectionable. But students have every right to pursue them.

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We’re Really Sorry About That Antisemitic Cartoon, Guys

Please stop yelling at us.

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Take It From a Former Activist: Universities Need to be Neutral

Embracing the Kalven report can effectively sever the administration’s subtle yet influential grip on campus discourse and perspectives.

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Institutional Neutrality or Institutional Deception?

There are other things we can do to harden the University to the present sense of siege.

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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.

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Stop Telling Me There Are Only Two Sexes

We must not accept the binary as an indisputable and restrictive truth.

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Fixing Fraud in College Admissions

As college applications grow steadily more competitive, students have been pushed to ever-greater lengths to gain admission — including mounting pressures to embellish or outright falsify application data.

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Harvard Doesn’t Need a President, Yet

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

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Let Fascist Republicans Speak at Harvard

We should invite MAGA Republicans to speak at Harvard — even though they’re fascists.

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The Corporate Balancing Act No One Can Win

If we desire to create an economy where everyone can balance commitments to both family and career, we must think critically about which industries set our standards for success, prestige, and worthiness.

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How Harvard Killed Its Best Title IX Resource

The change from OSAPR to OGE may seem inconsequential, but the gutting of OSAPR was not just another administrative consolidation — it meant the loss of perhaps the best-known, most-trusted resource for survivors on Harvard’s campus.

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Free Speech Aids Racial Justice. Activists Must Defend It.

This alienation between supporters of civil rights and civil liberties is harmful and avoidable. Reconciliation is essential and urgently needed.

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New York Times, Get out of My School

Politics this, plagiarism that. Harvard is in the limelight, which means that the student journalists of the Harvard Crimson have picked up some competition.

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