Columns

Mirchandani ’15: The myth of the Brown bubble

March 20, 2015 6 comments

Money isn’t talking anymore, it’s screaming. Screaming loud enough to silence all victims, loud enough to justify any criminal offense.

Powers ’15: Effective altruism

March 20, 2015 2 comments

Making videos of dumping cold water on ourselves might make us feel good, but morality isn’t about how good we feel. It’s about how much good we do.

Malik ’18: A societal problem

March 18, 2015 2 comments

The culture of the society we live in is a major contributing factor to why sexual assault happens on campus.

Al-Salem ’17: On leaving a mark

March 18, 2015 1 comment

Those you affect will hold your story and your life with them like an old newspaper in which you are the only headline.

Kenyon GS: Fed up with the flag fights

March 18, 2015 1 comment

The recent reaction over an artistic interpretation of Old Glory cradling a newborn is hypocrisy. Such innovative displays should unite, not divide.

Rotenberg ’17: Challenging master narratives

March 18, 2015 7 comments

Regardless of guilt or innocence, there has been undeniable psychological harm done to all parties by the school and by us, the consumers of narrative.

Mitra ’18: A campus united

March 17, 2015 1 comment

In my six months at Brown, I’ve grown to love its greens and quads, its eclectic architecture and even its prehistoric dining halls.

Weinstein ’17: Coordinating coursework outside STEM

March 17, 2015 1 comment

Faculty members in the social sciences or humanities should find areas their courses could be taken either concurrently or in sequence like in STEM fields.

Secondo ’16: Sounding the alarm

March 15, 2015 9 comments

For anyone informed about the sexual assault epidemic and reform movement, the issues outlined by “The Hunting Ground” should not come as a surprise.

Upadhyay ’15: The Michael Jordan myth

March 15, 2015 16 comments

Ultimately, there is no measure by which Jordan is the undisputed greatest of all time.