As students, we should be skeptical of the budget.
Recent opinion pieces in The Herald have made assumptions about the University’s admission process and the priorities we emphasize.
For two consecutive years, the mid-year graduation ceremony has ignored and invalidated experiences of medical leave-takers.
The Executive Board of AfriSA would like to address the concerns recently published in an op-ed in The Herald by Daniel Murage ’17.
A little less than a year ago at Princeton, student protesters demanded the removal of Woodrow Wilson’s name from campus institutions.
If we are to believe the media and historical texts, then most African governments were corrupt, are corrupt or are on their way to corruption.
My professor warned us this week that what he was about to say would probably be an unpopular sentiment among us students.
In recent days we have received three petitions urging Brown to offer sanctuary to protect undocumented members of the Brown community from deportation.