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Articles by Anna Kramer (6)

Kramer ’20: Television’s false reality of sexual violence

Columns, Opinions

Kramer ’20: Television’s false reality of sexual violence

November 14, 2019 0 comments

In high school, I watched Law and Order: Special Victims Unit compulsively. I distinctly remember waiting for a new season to be released on Netflix with a sense of joyous anticipation.

Kramer ’20: Brown students are over-committed

Columns, Opinions

Kramer ’20: Brown students are over-committed

October 22, 2019 0 comments

Brown students try to do it all, and maybe they should be doing less. Upon entering Brown, it is easy to get pulled into the hegemonic standard of student involvement on campus. One has to merely step foot in the club fair during the first weeks of the semester to get a sense of how involved Brown students really are.

Kramer ’20: Brown is accessible, but not enough

Columns, Opinions

Kramer ’20: Brown is accessible, but not enough

September 18, 2019 Comments are Disabled

There is a lot of rhetoric about increased awareness of social injustices on Brown’s campus.

Kramer ’20: In response to “Brown should be harder”

Columns, Opinions

Kramer ’20: In response to “Brown should be harder”

April 23, 2019 Comments are Disabled

Last week, I read a column in The Herald titled “Brown is hard. It should be harder,” which advocated for intensified grading practices on campus.

Kramer ’20: The problematic assumptions we make about spring break

Columns, Opinions

Kramer ’20: The problematic assumptions we make about spring break

April 4, 2019 Comments are Disabled

With the start of classes this past Monday, another spring break has come and gone as Brown students embark on the homestretch before the end of the semester.

Kramer ’20: Brown alums should invest in Providence

Op-eds, Opinions

Kramer ’20: Brown alums should invest in Providence

February 26, 2019 1 comment

I think I speak for many Brown students in saying that Providence is the city we have unexpectedly fallen in love with. Over four years, we have come to call Providence our home, embracing its Italian flare and New England quintessence. The city that nestles College Hill gives us so […]