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Articles by Alisa Caira (4)

Caira ’22: Dining Services must improve its selection for students with dietary restrictions

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Caira ’22: Dining Services must improve its selection for students with dietary restrictions

November 14, 2019 0 comments

This year for the first time, all sophomores, myself included, were forced onto meal plan as part of the University’s attempt to address food insecurity among students.

Caira ’22: For better classroom discussions, everyone must feel comfortable speaking

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Caira ’22: For better classroom discussions, everyone must feel comfortable speaking

November 6, 2019 0 comments

Since coming to Brown, I’ve noticed that men tend to speak more frequently in my classroom discussions.

Caira ’22: University classes in the creative arts should not be mandatory S/NC

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Caira ’22: University classes in the creative arts should not be mandatory S/NC

October 11, 2019 0 comments

The purpose of Brown’s Open Curriculum is to let students choose how to design their education. As a part of this curriculum, students can choose to take courses Satisfactory or No Credit if they want to explore a course out of their comfort zone.

Caira ’22: Textbook costs undermine the promises of the Open Curriculum

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Caira ’22: Textbook costs undermine the promises of the Open Curriculum

September 26, 2019 0 comments

Shopping period has now wrapped up around campus and, in its wake, it leaves a significant amount of financial woes for some students.