An external review of undergraduate alcohol consumption comes in the wake of a survey in which 45 percent of undergraduates admitted to binge drinking.
We support Chafee’s decision to move past last year’s manufactured controversy and his choice to focus on the state’s more pressing issues.
While the option is by no means intended for everyone, a semester or more away from school is a valuable pathway that college students often overlook.
“While the damage has already been done, Rhode Island officials can potentially forestall future calamities by supporting an independent investigation to determine what went wrong.”
Journalism conferences, Richard Holbrooke ’62, girls on top, the Blue Room door, the mailroom, wildcards, Cormac (the novelist and the laptop), red pens…
We urge United HealthCare to reconsider or at least explain its cuts and to ensure that its Medicare Advantage Plan meets state seniors’ needs.
The state’s decision to uphold the ACA’s compliance standards is the best way to minimize confusion while the state eases into the changes mandated by the federal health care reforms.
We believe that a standardized application benefits not only Brown but also the high school applicants.
The Matched Advising Program for Sophomores and advising networks for second-years are steps in the right direction, but more steps can and should be taken.
Admissions officers should not monitor applicants’ social media activity.