To build a better Brown, students must trust admins to implement changes, and admins must trust student guidance and input in crafting policy.
How we portray ourselves online could jeopardize the way outsiders feel about the institution we represent.
The Enrolled Student Survey is a positive and productive step to strengthen this relationship.
The open curriculum provides students with the freedom to pursue courses that speak to their interests and preferences.
Planners involved in the current process need to make sure that they do something other than simply build a bigger version of the Granoff Center.
In oder to diversify the faculty, conversations must culminate in action, policies and tangible progress, all in the service of disrupting the status quo.
Brown has demonstrated material progress in addressing the pervasive field of cybersecurity.
With the myriad of academic and extracurricular resources available at Brown, communication must exist among the various support systems.
The Enrolled Student Survey is important. As students we deserve the right to fully understand the problems Brown faces so that we can begin to change them.
Regardless of a faculty member’s policy on technology in the classroom, students should refrain from using laptops, phones and tablets as much as possible.