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Bosis ’19: Missionary impossible

Columns

Bosis ’19: Missionary impossible

January 29, 2019 0 comments

If you’ve been a Brown student for any period of time, you’ve probably heard about sin awareness day. For most of us, this inevitable part of the semester boils down to a few days each year when everyone’s Snapchat stories are full of videos of a couple guys yelling indistinguishably atop a box outside Faunce arch.

Miller ’19: Toward more informed and honest recycling

Columns

Miller ’19: Toward more informed and honest recycling

January 29, 2019 0 comments

Corporations have been known to capitalize on environmental sustainability to increase customer favor without clearly outlining the impact of their efforts.

Sachan ’22: How can the NFL improve the Pro Bowl?

Columns, Sports

Sachan ’22: How can the NFL improve the Pro Bowl?

January 27, 2019 0 comments

The National Football League postseason is the highlight of the year for football enthusiasts. The best teams in the league play tough playoff football. Every game is an elimination game, and each week the matchups get more exciting right up until the Super Bowl.

Letters to the Editor

Letter: The University should pledge to continue disciplinary proceedings for allegations of off-campus sexual misconduct

January 24, 2019 0 comments

Will the University pledge to continue to investigate and adjudicate complaints of rape and other sexual misconduct involving Brown students alleged to have occurred off-campus or in areas unaffiliated with the University?

CAUSA: Maryori Marie Conde and her fire

Special Feature

CAUSA: Maryori Marie Conde and her fire

January 24, 2019 0 comments

One week ago, our community, the Brown community and the world at large lost an unrelenting bright light. We’re still struggling to process this tragedy; writing this post feels surreal.

Anthony ’22: Unpacking the Los Angeles teachers’ strike

Columns

Anthony ’22: Unpacking the Los Angeles teachers’ strike

January 24, 2019 0 comments

The Los Angeles teachers’ strike ended Tuesday night after six days of picketing. Teachers and other educators returned Wednesday to classrooms having successfully earned from the district smaller class sizes, a six-percent raise and more counselors, librarians and nurses.

Meszaros GS: Increase protection for conference attendees

Columns

Meszaros GS: Increase protection for conference attendees

January 23, 2019 0 comments

In the past few weeks, disturbing tales of sexist and racist harassment at academic conferences have been making headlines.

Mulligan ’19: Ride responsibly

Columns

Mulligan ’19: Ride responsibly

January 22, 2019 0 comments

Last semester, Brown students arrived to find that easy-to-access e-scooters and bicycles had sprouted up like weeds in the cracks of campus sidewalks.

Rose ’19: Sen. Warren is myopic in foreign policy

Op-eds

Rose ’19: Sen. Warren is myopic in foreign policy

January 22, 2019 0 comments

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has declared her candidacy for president. As the first name-brand politician to have officially launched a bid, she had an opportunity to set a thoughtful tone for the next two years of campaigning. I think she failed.

Editors’ Note: A snapshot of The Herald’s 2018

Editorials, Editors' Note

Editors’ Note: A snapshot of The Herald’s 2018

December 31, 2018 0 comments

In 2018, Thayer Street evolved, the 128th editorial board printed their first issue of The Herald and Datamatch circulated through campus.