This past Wednesday I read Anuj Krishnamurthy’s ’19 column ( “Making a living,” Sept. 21 ) with interest.
Feminism is central to today’s pop culture.
“Shakespeare is stupid.” This came out of the mouth of a good friend of mine, an applied math concentrator, over lunch one day.
One way that I have tried to adjust to college living is through creating a home-like ambience in my small dorm room.
Whether we are conscious of it or not, we all fear the act of committing, which often means deciding to stick with something before truly understanding it.
Like many other Brown students, I’ve developed a specific routine for pre-registration days.
Returning home for the summer after spending a year at Brown was difficult.
I’ve always been disturbed by the phrase “making a living.”
Like me, you may have seen Monday that another unarmed black man, Terence Crutcher, was shot and killed by a police officer in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Brown students like to complain.