When people talk about immigration reform, they tend to focus on people like us: Ivy League graduates, brought to America early in life, unaccented and unencumbered. Upend the institutions and narratives that praise us for our degrees but exclude those who didn’t have our access.
We hope that the current campus energy around mental health can stimulate further discussion and improvements.
We sincerely believe that students should have a stronger, more unified, productive voice on campus, in communicating with each other and with the administration. This school can feel more like a distant institution than a place where we all live and study; students should be changing that, and we really want to help.
FM sits down to discuss the Occupy movement, pop culture, and modern academia with Slovenian philosopher and cultural critic Slavoj Žižek.
FM staff writer Tara Raghuveer ’14 and contributing writer Bradley G. Bolman ’15 discuss the Occupy movement, pop culture, and modern academia with Slavoj Zizek.
After her visit to Harvard last Thursday, FM sat down with Emmy and Golden Globe winning (and Oscar and Tony ...
FM interviews jazz legend Wynton Marsalis
FM staff writer, Tara Raghuveer, has her photo taken with with Wynton Marsalis.
Some people say housing day is the best day of the year. For our blocking group, it was a little ...
“Karla’s ability to juggle so many classes and writerly pursuits is mysterious. Maybe she’s a spy,” says George H. Blaustein, ...
With the end of the semester fast approaching, most students are looking forward to a relaxing winter vacation before another ...
Olivia “Liv” F. Coffey ’11, known for her huge smile and rowing prowess, always has the perfect words of encouragement ...
Harvard President Claudine Gay to Testify Before Congress About Antisemitism on College Campuses
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Latin American Restaurant Painted Burro Gallops Into Harvard Square
Judge to Rule on Whether Claims in $25M Lawsuit by Harvard Prof. Francesca Gino Will Proceed
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