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.
Letters to the Editor
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
Last month, I wrote a letter to The Herald regarding former Chancellor Thomas Tisch’s defense of the University’s acceptance of the blue bear statue.
To the Editor: “ Hermano Fortes finds family at hockey rink ” (Nov. 11) is a short-sighted, one-dimensional article that was published carelessly.
I would like to complement Wednesday’s columns (“Esemplare ’18: Reading in the smartphone era,” Oct. 26 and “Johnson ’19: Hiding homesickness,” Oct. 26).
To the Editor: There is a major flaw in Monday’s column “Brown voters can do better” that should be addressed.
There are many gates at Brown and even more gatekeepers — explicit and implicit — that contribute to the University’s history of institutional racism.
We have exceptional faculty, a stunning campus and a curriculum that attracts intellectually independent students.