Harvard’s reasoning has fallen short of resolving the dispute because it fails to recognize that the issue runs deeper than profit margins: HUDS workers, as an important part of the Harvard community, want to be treated with fairness, dignity, and respect.
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.
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
Here is my case for how supporters of the strike can make our case more compelling, and how student activism can be more effective.
The campus discourse surrounding the HUDS strike demonstrates our political division
An organization that invalidates conservative views should not claim to be a truly safe space.
Consent should be simple. As a popular tea analogy makes clear, “if you can understand how completely ludicrous it is to force people to have tea when they don’t want tea…then how hard is it to understand it when it comes to sex?” Indeed, when we talk about sexual consent, it can be easy to […]