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Articles by Chip Lebovitz (22)


Lebovitz ’14: Response to the UCS/UFB candidate debate

April 13, 2012 Comments are Disabled

Our president must be able to effortless navigate the dangerous currents of this bureaucracy in order to best serve our student body.


Lebovitz ’14: Diversify my options

April 5, 2012 Comments are Disabled

Why we don’t have the Wall Street Journal is a bit flabbergasting and extremely surprising at a school where the number of economics concentrators has doubled in the last decade. It would make sense for the University to provide a paper that appeals to one of its biggest academic constituencies.


Lebovitz ’14: The parachute strategy

January 27, 2012 Comments are Disabled

In fact, you do better in all the classes that you care about. The parachute strategy actually helps identify which classes you truly care about most and, therefore, which classes you desire to take.


Lebovitz ’14: Emigrating back to the center

November 29, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Global consistency reigns supreme this holiday season. In our current haze of national ennui and deja vu, Republicans still equate tax increases with hari-kari, Italian bond interest rates increase daily like clockwork and Gail Collins never fails to mention that Mitt Romney once tied his dog to the roof of […]


Lebovitz ’14: Sweeping the leg

November 15, 2011 Comments are Disabled

I may be the only fan of NBC’s “Chuck” left in the world today. Tied with the History Channel’s “Pawn Stars” as one of the dumbest premises of a show on air, “Chuck” is about the adventures of a computer store employee who ends up with a government supercomputer in […]


Lebovitz ’14: Retread society

November 1, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Last week, I caught the triumphant return of


Lebovitz ’14: A letter to Gov. Chafee ’75

October 18, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Dear Gov. Chafee ’75 P’14, Who says the political system is broken? While Washington is caviling in points of order, partisan mudslinging and the 9-9-9 plan, you have had quite an impressively busy two weeks. But despite the fact that you’ve come up with an education agenda, you’re still bottoms […]


Lebovitz ’14: Rock beats SciLi

October 7, 2011 1 comment

A recently completed Macroeconomics exam forced me to go underground last weekend, squirreling away in a library cubbyhole to simultaneously pound out problem sets and practice exams.


Lebovitz ’14: Hear him out

September 21, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Nobody else in the primary talks about campaign finance.


Lebovitz ’14: STEM degrees for green cards

September 7, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Mid-September last year, members of Brown’s activist student body took to the Main Green in what was the first act in their three-month-long campaign to rally support for the DREAM Act. The proposed federal DREAM Act would have provided undocumented immigrants with U.S. residency in exchange for their academic achievement, […]