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The rise and fall of Charleston’s John C. Calhoun statue, a monument to white supremacy
Health care, St. Louis, pioneering astronomer
What Harvard has already learned from the pandemic—and strategic challenges to come
Illustration by Nicolas Ogonosky
The Undergraduate faces up to a postgraduate life without handrails.
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On restoring American leadership through diplomacy
“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