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Articles by Caroline Mulligan (18)

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Mulligan ’19: There’s more to identity than politics

February 14, 2018 4 comments

On Feb. 13, 2018, the Brown Republicans and the Watson Center for International Affairs hosted Guy Benson, who was described as “a political editor at Townhall, frequent Fox News contributor and prominent young voice in the conservative movement.”

Mulligan ’19: Paying future leaders will pay off

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Mulligan ’19: Paying future leaders will pay off

January 30, 2018 1 comment

What do Donald Trump, Chuck Schumer and Paul Ryan all have in common? It sounds like I’m about to write a joke about the lack of diversity among federal politicians. That’s certainly tempting, but as I’m bombarded with emails about career fairs and resume-writing workshops, there’s another, not entirely unrelated, […]

Mulligan ’19: Brown should increase LGBTQ+ course offerings

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Mulligan ’19: Brown should increase LGBTQ+ course offerings

November 28, 2017 1 comment

Earlier this month, California approved textbooks that include LGBTQ+ history for use in public schools for grades K-12.

Mulligan ’19: The cost of daylight saving

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Mulligan ’19: The cost of daylight saving

November 12, 2017 1 comment

Every year in November, I hear people complain about the end of Daylight Saving Time, and I understand why.

Mulligan ’19: R.I.P. Morning Mail

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Mulligan ’19: R.I.P. Morning Mail

October 30, 2017 0 comments

Morning Mail, the daily digest of Brown information that rocketed into inboxes at 1 a.m. every day, was my first friend from Brown.

Mulligan ’19: Italian-Americans shouldn’t celebrate Columbus

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Mulligan ’19: Italian-Americans shouldn’t celebrate Columbus

October 15, 2017 2 comments

From New York to Kenosha, people came together on Columbus Day to honor their Italian-American heritage.

Mulligan ’19: It’s bloody time for change

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Mulligan ’19: It’s bloody time for change

October 2, 2017 0 comments

I wrote an article for my school’s newspaper about how our restrooms had no receptacles for menstrual products.

Mulligan ’19: Re-orientating our attitude toward loneliness

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Mulligan ’19: Re-orientating our attitude toward loneliness

September 20, 2017 0 comments

Recalling first-year orientation brings back little besides the sensation of immense loneliness.