I appreciate the perspectives shared in Lainie Rowland’s ’17 column (“Questioning the Budget,” Feb. 15) and welcome the opportunity to clarify a few points.
Letters to the Editor
To the Editor: Though I was not able to attend “Free Speech on Campus,” the lecture given by Geoffrey Stone, professor of law at the University of Chicago, I looked forward to reading about the community’s response in The Herald. To my dismay, I learned that yet another highly educated […]
To the Editor: The problems that Aliosha Bielenberg ’20 addressed in his op-ed are absolutely essential. However, “International” is a race. It is an artificial race created by and for the American federal government to legally persecute, oppress and discriminate against the foreign population. Other names for “international” include stranger, […]
We appreciate President Christina Paxson P’19 and Provost Richard Locke’s op-ed on Sunday.
It was perplexing to see a graduate student list the many ways the University stiffs him and then conclude that unionizing would be a waste of time.
“Brown consistently admits male applicants at higher rate.” This is an important topic for all members of the Brown community to consider.
I can’t pretend to know all or any options actually available to students or staff currently at Brown under the DACA program or any other immigrant program.
Brown’s decision not to offer legal sanctuary to members of the community who are undocumented immigrants is disheartening to say the least.
To the Editor: Colleges have always been sanctuaries of sorts. But it appears that Brown will not be a sanctuary for those undocumented immigrants.
Both as a Brown alum and as a former managing editor of The Herald, it was with great disappointment that I read Monday’s letter to the editor