Harvard University has an essay in its student newspaper called The Crimson.
In it, the Harvard College alumni and scholars have an opportunity to make their opinions known.
One of the most interesting parts of the essay is the fact that it is written by one of Harvard’s alumni and faculty, Professor Mark Schmitt.
He is the author of the book “The Harvard Way.”
In a recent interview with The Daily Beast, Schmitt talked about how Harvard’s students and faculty were being attacked in 2016.
He said, “I’ve never been attacked, I don’t know what you want me to call it, but the students and the faculty were the ones who were targeted.”
Schmitt, who was a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee during the 2016 election, said the attacks were so intense that the school was forced to shut down.
He continued, “The media did a pretty good job of distancing themselves, the president and the chancellor and other senior members of the university, and it was a pretty devastating thing to have happen to Harvard.
But we were able to turn things around and rebuild, and I think that’s the lesson.”
Schmidt said that, despite the university’s best efforts, the election was not entirely a cakewalk.
He explained, “We were able in the aftermath of that election to get a number of students and professors who were really concerned about the election and the implications of it to come back to the university and make their voices heard.
And they’re very active on campus now.”
He also spoke about the importance of having a sense of community.
He added, “You can’t have a sense that you’re not welcome anywhere.
You have to know your place.”