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Articles by Daniel Delaney (14)

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Delaney ’15: The search for dream jobs

April 24, 2014 0 comments

One of the biggest challenges college students face is reaching an understanding of what they want to do with the rest of their lives.

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Delaney ’15: Don’t study abroad, volunteer or work abroad

April 17, 2014 10 comments

To put it bluntly, students should travel abroad to volunteer or work in a foreign country and culture rather than to study.

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Delaney ’15: Students deserve better from ResLife

April 3, 2014 16 comments

Unfortunately for the 148 students who live in New Dorm B, there is only one functional kitchen, located on the fourth floor of the building.

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Delaney ’15: Salaries don’t reflect our priorities

February 20, 2014 2 comments

As in any capitalist society, jobs with the highest salaries attract some of the best candidates. The problem is we’re incentivizing the wrong jobs.

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Delaney ’15: How engaged are we?

January 28, 2014 5 comments

When we’re less engaged in the world around us, we have a greater propensity to lose out on what’s going on in our lives.

Columns, Opinions

Roundtable: Should the University punish the students who interrupted the Ray Kelly lecture?

November 22, 2013 11 comments

Opinions columnists offer different viewpoints on whether the University should discipline students involved in the Ray Kelly protest.

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Delaney ’15: A note on dining services

November 7, 2013 6 comments

Brown does not come close to adequately investing in nutrition and good food for its students.

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Delaney ’15: Really, ResLife?

September 23, 2013 0 comments

It’s outrageous that such a critical aspect of life at Brown is regulated by such a disorganized system of selection.

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Delaney ’15: Advice I never got

September 9, 2013 1 comment

It’s easy to waste your time here without realizing you’re doing it. Don’t do that.

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Delaney ’15: Learning to learn

April 17, 2013 0 comments

From my experiences and from what I have observed around me, the best way to keep up is to understand, as individuals, how best we learn.