I unliked Cory Booker on Facebook a few weeks ago. It just felt too disingenuous to follow his page and see the various inspirational posts of the day, knowing that I was no longer quite sure what to think of them. I got too caught up with the superhero mystique to look a bit deeper and wait before latching on to a fad.
To improve accountability and reduce the number of tragedies, it is essential to videotape police actions as often as possible—indeed, one of the great benefits of this modern media is the powerful transparency it can offer the public.
Unless you’re among the one percent of America that is Native American, then immigration policy has fundamentally changed your life (after all, you live here now).
BOSTON—Life has been prodding me in the general direction of "adulthood" for some time now. Sometimes it even succeeds. After all, I’m already like 19—and what better assurance of adult status could I have than the knowledge that I’m only two years away from legally purchasing alcohol?
Copley Square: home of beautiful buildings, miscellaneous events, and overpriced food.
Of course, as a helpless Boston resident, my options for transit are walk, bike, bus, or T. I ultimately decided on the bike—it seemed like what all the cool kids were doing (and besides, I’ve needed a bike ever since I found out I got Quad-ed).
I've seen the traffic get a lot worse than this. And I've seen people bike much closer than this.
Yes, that is a bed. And yes, apparently people have fallen off before.
You may find this kind of funny especially if you have previously met me, arguably the definitional opposite of what we might call a “frat bro”. The word “frat” itself carries certain connotations ap that register imediately in people’s minds (Dartmouth?). But living at PLP has actually been pretty chill and pretty awesome, for lack of less vague terminology.
The Experiment Fund, the Harvard-affiliated seed-stage investment fund launched January of 2012, held its inaugural Experimenter Assembly in Kirkland Junior Common Room on Wednesday afternoon. During the public event, partners of the fund reflected on the organization’s first year of operations and celebrated its considerable progress thus far.
As It Happened: Harvard President Claudine Gay Testifies Before Congress on Antisemitism
Harvard Must Find Its Moral Clarity
Dear President Gay, Don’t Forget About Us
Harvard President Claudine Gay Will Testify Before Congress on Tuesday. Here’s What You Need to Know.
Harvard Pro-Palestine Groups Organize ‘Week of Action,’ Drawing Criticism for ‘Intifada’ Chants