The story of edX has demonstrated the difficulties of democratizing access to knowledge, but there is no need to end the story here.
The language used by biotech companies to discuss disability and promote their products often imply necessity — that the consumer needs their product in order to better their life. This messaging must go.
When it comes to Valentine’s gifts, it should be the thought that counts — not the sticker price.
Will we cower with our hands tightly pressed over our eyes? Or will we open them, stand up, and build something better?
Considering how hair plays a role in public perception, hair care affordability becomes a question of who can afford to navigate Harvard’s spaces with ease.
Harvard’s current selection process for the Board of Overseers, which is dominated by the Harvard Alumni Association, is not fit to address the University's current issues.