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Letters to the Editor

Letter: Celebrating diversity in teaching

October 31, 2014 0 comments

Teach for America believes that effective teachers come from all backgrounds and academic interests.

Editorials

Editorial: Raimondo for Rhode Island, Elorza for Providence

October 31, 2014 0 comments

We urge all readers to take advantage of the democratic system and vote on Nov. 4.

Columns

Aluthge ’15: Should Brown prioritize universal need-blind admission over increased financial support for middle class students?

October 31, 2014 0 comments

On today’s commentary page, Dilum Aluthge ’15 tackles both sides of a point-counterpoint debate over financial aid as a thought experiment in argumentation.

Columns

Brown Democrats: Raimondo for governor, Elorza for mayor

October 30, 2014 3 comments

This election is a crucial one: We have the chance to elect the state’s first female governor and to usher in a new age for the city we love.

Columns

Makhlouf ’16: Civility and its discontents

October 30, 2014 3 comments

While I stand with the protesters, their demands and their fury, shutting down speakers implicates us in civility’s long and ugly history.

Columns

Stand Up for Grad Students: To UMich students, concerning Mark Schlissel

October 29, 2014 11 comments

We stand in solidarity with students at Michigan who have critiqued the policies of their new president and Brown’s former provost, Mark Schlissel.

Columns

Rotenberg ’17: Immigration reform — not just a liberal issue

October 29, 2014 9 comments

Stringent restrictions that exist in the current immigration system create the environment the Puritans were trying to flee. They are inherently exclusive.

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Phi Psi condemns sexual violence

October 28, 2014 30 comments

We would like to express our utmost sympathy and respect for the survivors of this reprehensible series of events.

Editorials

Editorial: The open curriculum’s limits

October 28, 2014 2 comments

There’s a deep sense of insecurity that can be associated with letting go of certainty, and one can’t help but think: What am I going to do now?

Columns

Grapengeter-Rudnick ’17: Let’s go back to basic reportage

October 28, 2014 2 comments

What is it that gives marketing precedence over hard journalism?