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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?
Observations of students in dining halls, housing or classrooms do not always reflect the integration that the University boasts on paper.
Connecting students with those who visit three times a year is an ongoing struggle that can only be solved by frequent and constant interaction.
What Brown personally means to each one of us — how we each conceptualize Brown — guides how we believe the University as an institution should act.
The SAFE Act veers from the predominant issue, instead undermining the natural, civil and constitutional rights of New York citizens.
In denouncing structural oppression at the educational, domestic or international level, student movements have the distinct ability to ignite similar protests throughout the world.
To put quite bluntly, the system in place is not standardized enough to ensure students leave Brown with a high-level of writing proficiency.
With just over two and a quarter years remaining, the world can still change.
Despite a rather tumultuous arc of development, the city of Providence appears to have established stable footing.