Chief Justice William E. Smith is quoted as ruling that the “effective expulsion” of the defendant, identified as John Doe, would cause “irreparable harm.”
Letters to the Editor
Library management wants to reduce staff and services at the Sciences Library based on a decline in circulation statistics.
Regarding the opinion column, “DPS: the lesser of two evils” by Vaughn Campbell ’18, published Tuesday, I take exception with the title.
To the Editor: Thanks for the article, “Hummus options added after SJP protest,” March 8.
I read Sara Al-Salem’s Feb. 26 column with great interest and empathy.
At an open university like ours, what happens in a classroom is always fair game for public discussion.
Last December, Brown decided to fund paid student research assistantships to support the work of two university committees.
Your report on the press conference on Syrian refugees sided with the protesters who came to the State House to shout us down.
Jennifer Shook’s article (“‘Carol’ performances captivating, not ‘groundbreaking’ cinema,” Feb. 4) reveals an unfortunate misreading of the film.
I disagree with the argument posed in Chad Simon’s ’16 Nov. 23 op-ed “Depressed? Who isn’t?”