Unlike peer institutions such as Harvard, Yale and Princeton that employ a residential college framework, Brown lacks a discernible structure.
Spending a summer in Providence is an opportunity for students to not only live in Providence, but also to contribute to our city’s community.
Brown is a special place, but it can also be a place where it is difficult to feel special.
It is, perhaps, an incredibly isolating experience to believe that the only people who can evaluate whether consent was given are those involved.
Rape culture bears a relation to the lyrics that Waka Flocka Flame and Pusha T will sing.
As we approach the end of the 250th anniversary next month, we urge Brown to capitalize on its history.
Brown should strongly consider moving up the deadline for the declaration of concentrations during sophomore year.
We urge Paxson to maintain their demonstrated focus on the issue and implement the recommendations put forth by the task force, particularly the “Policy.”
This year, advising was not at the forefront of any Undergraduate Council of Students presidential candidate’s platform.
Students should not have to miss a week of classes in order to support something they believe in.