The New Universal Grading Policy: Harvard’s Necessary Shift of Focus

The New Universal Grading Policy: Harvard’s Necessary Shift of Focus An opinion on the new grading policy implemented at Harvard College   BY ARSH DHILLON   I have become a huge proponent of a universally-mandated, Emergency Satisfactory/Emergency Unsatisfactory (SEM/UEM) grading …

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Exclusions May Apply

  Exclusions May Apply How our modern culture’s obsession with commercialization curtail inclusivity on Valentine’s Day   By MIMI TARRANT   As the month of February begins, so does the build-up to one of the most secretly controversial days of the year: Valentine’s Day. Revered by some and dreaded by others, Valentine’s Day continues to split opinion. Both its origin and continued celebration can draw divided opinions. The history of Valentine’s Day remains unclear—some sources link the day to Lupercalia in the Roman era, where women would be whipped and paired off with men in the name of fertility. Nevertheless, …

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