Harvard students deserve a bad rap for bringing Tyga to campus


YES, MAKING mistakes is part of what college is about (“An opportunity for music, and debate,” Editorial, April 4). But why make them on purpose? It is undoubtedly important to uphold free speech, and Harvard administrators deserve credit for allowing Tyga to perform. But this is not an issue of free speech, merely a poor reflection on the student body.

Roy Peleg


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