Letters to the Editor

Letter: Opinions section must embrace diversity

October 27, 2016 0 comments

To the Editor: There is a major flaw in Monday’s column “Brown voters can do better” that should be addressed.

Letter: A call for lecturer diversity

October 24, 2016 0 comments

There are many gates at Brown and even more gatekeepers — explicit and implicit — that contribute to the University’s history of institutional racism.

Letter: Brown still committed to undergrad experience

October 19, 2016 0 comments

We have exceptional faculty, a stunning campus and a curriculum that attracts intellectually independent students.

Letter: In defense of Locke’s plan

October 13, 2016 0 comments

The perspective in yesterday’s Herald op-ed is appreciated but fails to convince of the faults of a financial prescription that focuses on enhancing Brown.

Letter: UCS is committed to transparency

September 30, 2016 0 comments

I’m disappointed by the recent op-ed’s framing of UCS’ work toward informing our new members of Brown’s context as part of a conspiring liberal agenda.

Letter: Against pets for all in dorms

September 27, 2016 0 comments

Grace Johnson’s ’19 column (“Pets should be for everyone,” Sept. 26) in yesterday’s paper was poorly thought out, insensitive and under-researched.

Letter: Meyer ’17 column is what journalism is for

September 26, 2016 0 comments

As an alum of The Herald and longtime newspaperman, I was gratified that The Herald had guts enough to publish “Lamp/Bear sucks,” by Daniel Meyer ’17.

Letter: Meyer’s ’17 column is offensive

September 21, 2016 0 comments

I found Daniel Meyer’s ’17 column, “Lamp/Bear sucks,” of Sept. 16 offensive.

Letter: Tisch ’76 P’18 P’20 misses the mark

September 20, 2016 0 comments

Tisch’s shamelessly money-minded letter in response to Daniel Meyer’s ’17 column ought to inspire fear and outrage from students and faculty members alike.

Letter: CS works to serve low-income students

September 20, 2016 0 comments

The financial pressures faced by low-income undergraduate researchers are real, and the Department of Computer Science is working to mitigate them.