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Articles by Editorial Page Board (145)


Editorial: Beyond year 250

April 23, 2014 2 comments

In the following academic year, we believe we ought to take steps toward better cooperation with the administration in the name of practicality.


Editorial: Happy birthday, LGBTQ Center

April 22, 2014 1 comment

Recently, the University’s LGBTQ Center celebrated its 10th birthday.


Editorial: What we’re fighting for

April 21, 2014 0 comments

As we recover from Spring Weekend, prepare for finals and enjoy the newly beautiful weather, Emma Jerzyk’s ’17 Herald article should be a wakeup call.


Editorial: Reform on a community level

April 17, 2014 1 comment

Community colleges will be crucial to any attempts to reform the system.


Editorial: Abolish legacy status as an admission consideration

April 15, 2014 8 comments

It is time to respond to the majority of Brown students’ beliefs and abolish legacy status as an admission consideration.


Editorial: The very model of modern scholar-athletes

April 15, 2014 0 comments

On Monday, Brown Athletics announced that the women’s rugby team will finally receive varsity status.


Editorial: Creating course credit for labs

April 14, 2014 1 comment

We should consider altering the labs system so students in high-demand laboratory courses have the opportunity to receive additional credit for their labs.


Editorial: A Civil Service G.I. Bill

April 10, 2014 5 comments

As tuition costs, even at state institutions, continue to rise, it is imperative that we create other avenues for students to work toward scholarships.


Editorial: Flexibility necessary for grad programs

April 9, 2014 1 comment

True accounting of the realities of graduate programs may not be good for any individual program, but it is in the overall best interest of students.


Editorial: Srinivasan ’15 and Gourley ’16 for Brown

April 8, 2014 33 comments

Today marks the beginning of UCS and UFB elections, and above any endorsement, we would like to emphasize that all candidates would make great leaders.