Dear Politickers, To be silent is to be complicit. In response to the recent events of state-endorsed racial violence, we find it imperative that we use our privilege as a student publication at an elite, predominantly-white institution to both stand in solidarity with those who are protesting and encourage our readers to support local and …
A stop-motion video of the activists taking the field at the annual Harvard Yale football face-off.
ASL offered for credit. The Domestic Summer Award. The First-Year Handbook. This past year, the YCC has been instrumental in instituting a number of major changes on campus. These came as the result of advocacy and careful thought, and though they took a lot of time, their implementation was the culmination of a lot of …
Azaria King, BK ’20, explains why she should be YCC President.
Casey Ramsey, Murray ’20, explains why he should be YCC Vice-President.
Shunhe Wang, Morse ’20, explains why he should be YCC President.
“If something is ailing society, and if we are to turn the tide back to a life-affirming course, the healthy segment of the body must rise up. No less than the survival of our Republic depends on it.”
“While it’s important to discuss the sexual climate on college campuses and other spaces, it is also important that we don’t subject sexual assault and harassment survivors to a bombardment of unwanted memories or harsh judgments.”