Connor, an International Relations and Portuguese and Brazilian Studies concentrator, is an opinions editor at The Herald. Originally from Massachusetts, he has previously worked as a policy analysis intern with the Rhode Island House of Representatives and serves as a staff writer for the Brown Political Review. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, cooking with kale and using The Herald as a platform to opine about Lusophone politics to unsuspecting readers.

Articles by Connor Cardoso (14)

Columns, Opinions

Cardoso ’19: After Marielle Franco’s death, Brazil can no longer ignore its racism

April 23, 2018 0 comments

As Abdias do Nascimento once famously noted, Brazil has the largest African population of any country in the world besides Nigeria.

Columns, Opinions

Cardoso ’19: Ending legacy admissions will help focus on access

April 6, 2018 0 comments

In his March 5 op-ed, Dean of Admission Logan Powell argues that a fixation on legacy admission is a distraction from the University’s efforts to increase access for underrepresented groups on campus.

Columns, Opinions

Cardoso ’19: Trump’s proposal to save roads fails to make inroads

February 13, 2018 0 comments

As any driver in Rhode Island can tell you, infrastructure in our country has certainly seen better days.

Columns, Opinions

Cardoso ’19: Brazil’s democracy woes

January 24, 2018 0 comments

Just yesterday, a Brazilian appeals court ruled to uphold the bribery conviction of former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.

Cardoso ’19: How not to protect civil rights

Columns, Opinions

Cardoso ’19: How not to protect civil rights

December 5, 2017 0 comments

Just today, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments for Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission.

Ralph Northam, winner of last Tuesday's gubernatorial election in Virginia.

Columns, Opinions

Cardoso ’19: Democrats, don’t let Virginia get your hopes up

November 16, 2017 0 comments

Last Tuesday, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate in Virginia, Ralph Northam, raced to victory by a healthy margin.

Cardoso ’19: Swearer reforms only as good as their implementation

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Cardoso ’19: Swearer reforms only as good as their implementation

October 22, 2017 0 comments

About two years ago, the Swearer Center began to implement the provisions of its long-term strategic plan.

Cardoso ’19: Math can save us from gerrymandering

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Cardoso ’19: Math can save us from gerrymandering

October 5, 2017 0 comments

Near the end of a case on the constitutionality of gerrymandering, the court’s junior justice, Neil Gorsuch, began peppering the petitioner with questions.

Cordoso ’19: Beyond College Hill and “Crimetown”

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Cordoso ’19: Beyond College Hill and “Crimetown”

September 19, 2017 0 comments

This summer, a few friends and I decided to drive into Providence, Rhode Island to grab dinner.

Cardoso ’19: Dear Swearer

Columns

Cardoso ’19: Dear Swearer

April 16, 2017 0 comments

The broader reorientation is a case study in how not to implement an ambitious reform program.