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Articles: Opinion

Opinion

Imposter syndrome, AI and authoritarianism, shopping week

6.6.22

The illustration shows an empty rowboat floating away and a woman wading toward it, in chest-high water.

Illustration by Barbara Dekesyer

Coming to terms with personal and pandemic grief

July-August 2022

Thinking about how Harvard conducts admissions, as the Supreme Court prepares to weigh in

July-August 2022

Imposter syndrome, AI and authoritarianism, shopping week

6.6.22

Photograph of boats at anchor on the approach to Boston’s Logan Airportn

The view on the approach to Boston’s Logan Airport
Photograph by Meena Venkataramanan

A 2021 graduate returns to campus for a belated Commencement that feels more like a reunion.

5.29.22

Illustration by Alice Yu Deng

Thoughts on a perennial undergraduate complaint

May-June 2022

Ethnically diverse students are shown as ingredients tossed together in a metaphorical salad bowl.

Illustration by Kimberly Morris

Exclusion and belonging in undergraduate cultural organizations

May-June 2022

The gains and losses from changes in Commencement and “shopping week”

May-June 2022

Portrait of Harvard President Lawrence S. Bacow

President Bacow on maintaining University values while adopting the best lessons learned during the pandemic 

May-June 2022