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A Nation Divided: A Club United

Without an official endorsement of any presidential candidate from the club, the Republican Club’s disunity reflects many of the challenges that the Republican Party itself is facing on a national stage. Although Trump’s rise is making it difficult for Harvard Republicans to vote, it has actually built stronger community within the club.


All Things Training Module

Title IX’s online module merits discussion due to its implications on how to make training on the topic of sexual harassment feel essential and empowering.


Plastic Spoons: Why Harvard’s Endowment Matters

It is true that Harvard is very wealthy, but it is this wealth that affords students of all backgrounds the opportunity to receive a Harvard education


Pro-HUDS, Anti-Strike: Advice for Student Activists

Here is my case for how supporters of the strike can make our case more compelling, and how student activism can be more effective.


How the Other Half Thinks

The campus discourse surrounding the HUDS strike demonstrates our political division


In Defense of Neutrality

An organization that invalidates conservative views should not claim to be a truly safe space.