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Articles by Andrew Feldman (21)

Columns

Feldman ’15: Academic steroids

April 8, 2014 2 comments

Besides being dangerous, taking Adderall is cheating.

Columns

Feldman ’15: Keeping swim testing buoyant

March 19, 2014 11 comments

The purpose of college is often questioned. Is college meant to train someone to be a competitive job applicant?

Columns

Feldman ’15: Online courses are off target

March 7, 2014 3 comments

Education is a gift and a blessing regardless of the medium through which it is received.

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Feldman ’15: Out and open on America’s biggest stage

February 24, 2014 1 comment

The National Football League has entered a new era — one that will feature an openly gay athlete.

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Feldman ’15: The union between work and play

February 5, 2014 2 comments

Creating a union to protect student-athletes detracts from the overall message that they should have a safety net, not be rewarded with potential profits.

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Feldman ’15: Numbers never lie, but they do on the MCAT

January 24, 2014 10 comments

The test loses sight of many of the key components to being a good physician.

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Feldman ’15: A cold welcome

December 6, 2013 1 comment

Especially on the Olympic stage, sports are a medium for people from all over the world to interact and learn from each other.

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Feldman ’15: A school without boundaries

November 18, 2013 6 comments

Certain schools do not do well in accommodating people with physical disabilities. Unfortunately, it seems Brown has joined their ranks.

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Feldman ’15: Let’s leave being paid to the professionals

October 22, 2013 3 comments

“Really, anyone can sell his or her autograph — it’s just likely there won’t be a market for them.”

Columns

Roundtable: Should the TWC have its name changed?

October 4, 2013 4 comments

Two opinions columnists and a member of the Brown Conversation offer thoughts on whether the center’s name should be changed.