Though we certainly commend Res Life’s attention to these dorms, we urge a serious commitment to the renovation of some of our most neglected dorms.
Hilton employees endure a work-related injury rate 69 percent higher than the national average.
It is clear that different segments of the student body have very different expectations of what a Brown degree — and their lives after Brown — will offer.
To say that the average Brown student is overcommitted is probably an understatement.
Even if it’s not surprising that many students are fixated on maximizing financial outcomes, it is sad they may forgo their passions for maximum profit.
Rather than make cuts that might impact the quality of our undergraduate education, the University ought to look to other areas of more legitimate excess.
During peak lunch hours, hoards of students attempt to enter the Sharpe Refectory, Verney-Woolley Dining Hall, Andrews Commons and the Blue Room.
The ordinance will likely have little impact on the neighborhood issues it was designed to address and will only complicate the lives of students.
Sexual assault affects everyone on campus, particularly women of color, people with disabilities and trans, genderqueer or gender nonconforming students.
The operational plan would benefit from a concerted effort to discuss concrete steps to ensure that our university-college model remains relevant.