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Articles by Christina Paxson (8)

Paxson P’19: The value of shared governance

Op-eds, Opinions

Paxson P’19: The value of shared governance

November 11, 2018 0 comments

In the coming days, graduate student teaching and research assistants at Brown will vote on whether or not to unionize. This is an incredibly important decision.

Paxson P’19, Locke P’18: University committed to academic freedom, faculty support

Op-eds, Opinions

Paxson P’19, Locke P’18: University committed to academic freedom, faculty support

September 9, 2018 0 comments

The University sets a very high bar for the research it publicizes.

Op-eds, Opinions

Paxson P’19: Supporting our students and scholars

February 3, 2017 0 comments

I want to thank the alums who shared their concerns about the executive order on immigration and refugee policy in a Letter to the Editor in The Herald.

Columns, Opinions

Paxson P’19, Locke: Commitment to our community in a time of uncertainty

January 29, 2017 0 comments

During this moment of great political uncertainty in our country, we must be vigilant and deliberate in upholding our core values as a university.

Op-eds

Paxson P’19, Locke P’17: To the Brown community regarding ‘sanctuary’

November 16, 2016 0 comments

In recent days we have received three petitions urging Brown to offer sanctuary to protect undocumented members of the Brown community from deportation.

Op-eds

Paxson P’19, Locke P’17, Carey ’91 MA’06: An open letter to students on power, learning and responsibility

October 9, 2015 6 comments

Students learn by doing, and doing inevitably involves mistakes. The test of character of is the learning that follows the mistake.

Columns

Paxson: Brown at 250: Linking generations through liberal education

September 26, 2014 2 comments

Though it is important to recollect Brown’s roots, it is equally important to recognize the fact that blindness to injustice need not be permanent.

Columns

Paxson: Next steps in the consideration of divestment

April 15, 2013 7 comments

I respect the passion students have devoted to this issue. But as the ACCRIP decision suggests, there are multiple viewpoints on the merits of divestiture.