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Harvard Held the Future of Education in Its Hands. Then We Sold It.

The story of edX has demonstrated the difficulties of democratizing access to knowledge, but there is no need to end the story here.

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Stop Assuming People With Disabilities Need Your Product

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.

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On the Antisemitic Cartoon

A deleted post and swift institutional apology will not be enough. As entities dedicated to progress, PSC and AFRO have serious work to do.

John Harvard and Chalk Slogans in the Morning
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Confessions of the Apathetic Activist

The spirit of late Congressman John R. Lewis’ “good trouble” continues to flicker, running deep in the blood of my generation, but this passion can unquestionably dwindle.

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The Price of Love: Capitalism’s Grip on Valentine’s Day

When it comes to Valentine’s gifts, it should be the thought that counts — not the sticker price.

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The FAS’s Proposed Changes Matter. Here’s Why.

Undergraduates should be alarmed by the FAS’s latest plans to take away even more flexibility from students.

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Enough Hide-And-Seek, Harvard: It’s Time To Face the World

Will we cower with our hands tightly pressed over our eyes? Or will we open them, stand up, and build something better?

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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.

Black History Month
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Facing Black Fear

The enslavement and systemic oppression of Black people in America are inextricably intertwined with everything else I know about my people’s history. Neglecting this history for years made it all the more glaring when I finally confronted it.

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Why I Choose To Be Alone

Consider the possibility that moments spent alone can — without guilt or shame — be your moments of greatest joy.

Winthrop House
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Winthrop House: Keep the Name, Change the Meaning

Harvard should rename Winthrop House to Winthrop Perkins Boynton House.

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Natural Hair Care at Harvard Is Complicated. It Should Not Be.

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.

Make Harvard Fun
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We’re College Students. Why Don’t We Have Fun?

If we collectively decide to lessen the pressure that we put on ourselves and act our age, would we not be happier? I know I would.

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The Harvard Alumni Association Keeps Harvard Governance Homogenous

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.

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October 7th, or the Day I Wished I Were a Tree

Rather than denying other’s experiences of bigotry, we need to fight all forms of hatred together.

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