Editorials are written by The Herald’s editorial page board: Anuj Krishnamurthy ’19, Rhaime Kim ’20, Grace Layer ’20, Mark Liang ’19 and Krista Stapleford ’21.

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Editorial: In memoriam

February 4, 2016 0 comments

Vincent “Buddy” Cianci, former mayor of Providence, passed away last week, leaving many people feeling conflicted.

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Editorial: Politics off campus

February 3, 2016 0 comments

The relationship between campus politics and those on the national stage is often opaque and murky.

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Editorial: Money matters in the DIAP

February 2, 2016 0 comments

Monday, President Christina Paxson P’19 announced the completion of Pathways to Diversity and Inclusion: An Action Plan for Brown University.

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Editorial: Power of a portrait

February 1, 2016 0 comments

For many prospective students, one of the spaces on Brown’s campus that stands out most prominently during tours is the portrait gallery in Sayles Hall.

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Editorial: A perspective on shopping period

January 28, 2016 0 comments

Shopping period is one aspect of Brown’s liberal arts model that can feel like both a blessing and a curse.

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Editorial: The Herald turns 125

January 27, 2016 0 comments

This year, The Herald turns 125.

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Editorial: Housing policies for returning students

December 3, 2015 0 comments

We urge Residential Life to reexamine housing policies for returning students in order to better accommodate certain needs.

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Editorial: Expanding ROTC options

December 1, 2015 0 comments

We applaud the University for expanding ROTC options by forming two new partnerships.

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Editorial: The competitiveness of clubs

November 30, 2015 0 comments

Extracurricular activities are a great way to explore varying interests, and adding obstacles to joining clubs is counterproductive.

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Editorial: Difficult gratitude

November 19, 2015 0 comments

A system must stop being appreciated in order to create meaningful change and improvement. Progress is the mobilization of collective dissatisfaction.