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Articles by Fabiana Vilsan (26)

Columns, Opinions

Vilsan ’19: The young and the restless

March 14, 2017 0 comments

With CareerLAB strategically placed in the middle of campus, most Brown graduates feel confident stepping of college and into the real world.

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Vilsan ’19: West doesn’t know best

February 28, 2017 0 comments

We’ve all heard the soapbox speech before: The precarious governments of Eastern Europe have a lot to learn about organized democracy from Western states.

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Vilsan ’19: Stop toeing the line

February 15, 2017 0 comments

The words “echo chamber” have been thrown around more times than can be tracked during this past presidential election and in ensuing months.

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Vilsan ’19: Tomi Lahren: The rightwing princess

February 1, 2017 0 comments

The rise to stardom of political commentator Tomi Lahren is hard to ignore.


Vilsan ’19: Tackling pervasive sexism

November 30, 2016 0 comments

As any woman can tell you, we are constantly caught in a catch-22 of gender inequality.


Vilsan ’19: The opportunity cost of study abroad

November 8, 2016 0 comments

As an international student who has had the privilege of studying and living abroad, I completely understand the allure of the study abroad options at Brown


Vilsan ’19: News with a punch line

October 25, 2016 0 comments

It is virtually impossible for today’s college students to escape political discourse and accompanying impassioned political debate on social media.


Vilsan ’19: Economy justifies professional compromise

October 13, 2016 0 comments

At a place like Brown, we tend to shame those who temporarily sideline their ideals in favor of financial security.


Vilsan ’19: Fame, fortune and feminism

September 27, 2016 0 comments

Feminism is central to today’s pop culture.


Vilsan ’19: Observations from across the pond: globalization of fear

September 13, 2016 0 comments

While Americans spent the summer reeling over Donald Trump’s latest tirade, Europeans like myself were preoccupied with our own political phenomenon.