Amidst our enjoyment of Spring Weekend, we can sometimes appear out of touch with those who worked for us to experience a few days of carefree fun.
This is an unprecedented event in the history of journalism, and it is unacceptable that Tripathi and his family got caught up in it.
As the parameters of the immigration debate shift, we hope to see more progressive, humanizing policies benefiting the Providence community and the University.
Though, thankfully, the casualty count appears to be much lower than that fateful day, Monday was marked with the same uncertainty and fear.
Introducing minors would further entrench a structure of pre-professionalism within Brown’s curriculum.
We are pleased to endorse Todd Harris ’14.5 for UCS president, Sam Gilman ’15 for UCS vice president and Alexander Sherry ’15 for UFB chair.
A strong culture of apathy undeniably exists among the Brown undergraduate body when it comes to student government.
We urge Brown officials to advocate for a national reprioritization of research funding.
EdX “expects its software to be adopted widely by schools and universities,” “freeing professors for other tasks,” according to a New York Times article.
In light of all of the recent controversies, major collegiate sports programs would be advised to step back and consider whether they have lost their focus.