By Joy Wang
Is it morally respectable to donate to Harvard?
HPR writers comment on the pros and cons of the Academic Integrity Committee's proposed honor code.
From the Magazine
How two diverse groups are coming together to shape campus politics
American colleges are unique in burdening their students with hefty loans.
Taonga Leslie gives the humanities too much credit in transforming culture.
Cultural criticism, when practiced correctly, is a blood sport.
Pfister's vision for One Harvard starts with building trust among those around him.
Even after elections, it remains our responsibility to maintain an interest in what happens in our government at all levels.
Johanna Lee and Avika Dua talk with Cambridge voters about the candidates and the issues that are important to them, as well as how much of a voice they think students should have on local politics.
As long as we have decided to be here, we should take every moment and make every effort to embrace what it means to be human.
Sunshik Min: “Educating Younger Learners – An Analysis of Korean, American, and Japanese Priorities”
The HPR delves into institutional differences in education between the United States and South Korea with President of YBM, Sunshik Min.
The barriers to bring lessons learned back home are simply too high.
We're surrounded by outposts of bohemia, but without our patronage, they'll disappear.
Voters should be concerned by the lack of integrity Logan Leslie has displayed in his campaign.
Being a student should not bar students running for local office.