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Free Speech Can’t Become a “Conservative” Value

Just as the best teachers assign readings that represent all sides of scholarly debates, our campus should host those who hold diverse and well-argued opinions.


Lost in Translation: The Case for Translational Research

Translational research bridges the gap between academia and public service


A Muslim-Jewish Alliance: Interfaith in Trying Times

Friendships bloom and ongoing conversations reconnect us to our own religious endeavors.


Let’s Welcome Charles Murray to Harvard

We should welcome Charles Murray not because we agree with him—but because we understand that faulty claims and ideologies only fall when they are probed and challenged.


Broad Sanctions are a Disaster for Sororities

While the new recommendation rightfully adopts harsh measures against exclusionary practices of final clubs, it fails to recognize that USGSOs differ greatly in the form or degree of exclusion they exercise.


Banning Final Clubs Won’t Protect Women

Harvard must find meaningful policy measures that support and empower women, rather than looking to promote a trendy, headline-grabbing ban on USGSOs that does little for the people it purports to help.