A system must stop being appreciated in order to create meaningful change and improvement. Progress is the mobilization of collective dissatisfaction.
A recent Herald story on Counseling and Psychological Services brought to light several trends we find need attention and addressing.
The experiences of students of color at Brown are disturbingly similar to those more widely publicized at Mizzou and Yale.
We are deeply troubled by one of the most powerful politicians in the state denying a reality that affects his constituents, including students at Brown
We are pleased that one of the chief emphases of BrownTogether is the development and cultivation of interdisciplinary scholarship.
The University could use more campus-wide social events during the fall in order to help foster a stronger sense of community among all students.
It is important to remember that B’s, C’s and even no-credit grades are not the end of the world.
Seeing a production, attending an exhibit or stopping in on a lecture can often provide the break or source of inspiration that we need.
The independence needed to live, work and make friends in such a different environment allows for personal growth that Providence cannot provide.
Many students choose to matriculate at Brown because of its unique approach toward education, or at least because of the educational ideology it touts.