Over the weekend, 300,000 to 400,000 people flooded midtown Manhattan, in addition to tens of thousands around the world, to urge action on climate change.
There are humanitarian reasons for dedicating American forces to this fight, but we should consider the long-term consequences of our intervention.
The true mechanics of a Brown education allow the individual to gain a sense of self, isolated from the pressures of post-graduate pursuits.
The University should seek to minimize the discrepancy in difficulty among its various departments and concentrations.
Rankings are inherently simplistic. However, they have a true impact on applicant pools, and the University should consider their impact.
We applaud the work of the University in renovating the John Hay Library, an effort that visibly enhances the vibrancy of academic life on campus.
The U. should include the cost of materials in tuition to more fairly spread the burden and to force the search for more sustainable solutions.
Brown students, touted for their individualism, lack a definitive sense of school spirit.
We must expose those who would prefer collaboration and appeasement to confrontation and action.
Both at Brown and across the country, students who describe themselves as underrepresented minorities are less likely to receive degrees in the sciences.