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.
Bear Bucks could easily be an online platform, if the University were to update its payment software with the CBORD Group Inc.
Departmental Undergraduate Groups, or DUGs, could be a lot more than what they currently are.
The University’s new alcohol policy is abruptly running into its first hurdle.
If watching the Oscars this year spurred progressive thought in viewers, the glitz and the glamor were worth it.
Despite the merits of its transparency, the University’s handling of the Phi Psi case exposes its relative incompetence in addressing sexual assault.
The University should compensate for the lack of support shown for the Plastic Waste Reduction Act in the past few years.
Because many RUE students are not supported by family, and may have their own children and mortgages, their financial standing is among the most precarious.
In 2011, the I-195 Redevelopment Commission was formed to address the use of vacant land in downtown Providence following the highway’s relocation.