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Jake Johnson, staff writer
"We're pleased with the court's decision, which reflects a careful application of core First Amendment principles to government censorship on a new communications platform."
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
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Thousands of government records "provide a glimpse into a federal immigration...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Students, faculty, alumni, and community members take part in the final rally of "Harvard Heat Week" on April 17th, 2015. (Photo: 350 .org/flickr/cc)
"For Harvard to continue to profit from activities that might and likely do...

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In honor of Harvey Milk Day and what would have been the LGBTQ icon's 88th birthday, a nod to the enduring legacy of the first openly gay person elected to public office in a major U.S city. Milk fought for the right to be visible, to be who he was without shame or fear, to join with others disenfranchised - gay, black, poor, old, all the disparate "us'es" - seeking "a green light to move forward," to offer hope, which we can all use today.