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Articles by Rachel Z. Arndt (3)

Science & Research

An addict tries to kick the habit

May 30, 2010 0 comments

During my last week of classes at Brown, I wrestled the fourth dimension and tried to travel back in time. For seven days, I vowed to stop using any technology that did not exist in 1988, the year the majority of the students in the class of 2010 were born. This meant no Internet, no e-mail, no text messaging, no thousands of songs on my iPod. I failed.

Columns

Rachel Arndt ’10: Four years in footnotes

May 30, 2010 0 comments

I1 like being able to look at the steps I’ve taken after I’ve reached2 an answer3. I am selfish in my nostalgia4. There is no one way5 to do things. To look at each action as the potential6 for human behavior in its most natural form: to look at education as something living and growing, as opposed to simply an end7 to reach.

Higher Ed

UC administrators standing firm on tuition hike despite protests

December 1, 2009 0 comments

The University of California system is moving ahead with a proposed 32 percent tuition hike despite a series of student protests.