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Letters to the Editor
So no lame excuses: Just get your shot. Keep an eye on Ebola, but don’t fall prey to the flu!
Why not look back at the idea of a resource-depletion tax applied to all fossil fuels?
The keys to wealth generation and human progress are the rights to keep what you earn and to trade freely.
The option of moving one of the houses, preferably the brick mansion at 37 Manning St., to the corner of Hope and George is a possibility.
The University did not want to see uniforms of the military services associated with that discriminating agency walking around campus — have things changed?
In response to Spencer Caplan’s ’15 letter to the editor in Tuesday’s Herald: Brown still does buy all its milk from the Rhody Fresh program.
I was disappointed this weekend to discover that Brown’s tradition of providing Rhody Fresh milk, and only Rhody Fresh milk, to its students had ended.
The “Brown Center for Students of Color” was, in my opinion, an ill-considered name.
The new Brown Center for Students of Color appears poised to play a significant role in addressing issues of race, social justice and on-campus activism.