“The ‘ideal’ classroom never existed anyway, at least not in a perfectly equitable manner,” writes Julie Chung ’20.
“The biggest obstacle to our collective learning is the elephant in the room: a global pandemic, taking place amid existing inequalities,” writes Drew Pendergrass ’20.
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Houseboating in Boston Harbor, Apthorp North, and clothing counts
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Administrative costs, greed, overutilization—can these drivers of U.S. medical costs be curbed?
The politics, policymaking, and public consequences of mounting government debt—and how to cope with it
A student scientist contemplates power and the denial of scholarship.
Faculty governance and long-range intellectual planning for Harvard
President Bacow on encountering—and coming to terms with—COVID-19