Articles by Daniel Meyer (9)


Meyer ’17: Paxson caught in the middle

December 2, 2016 2 comments

During the election, journalists wrote that covering President-Elect Donald Trump created a conflict between their obligations of accuracy and balance.


Meyer ’17: Bad and worse

November 11, 2016 1 comment

Tuesday night brought me closer to the alienation and anxiety that some on this campus and so many off it have coped with for generations.


Meyer ’17: A Trump loss won’t change Republicans

October 28, 2016 Comments are Disabled

The next 11 days can’t pass quickly enough. After a miserable election cycle, the specter of President Donald Trump will (hopefully) be vanquished.


Meyer ’17: Protest Trump, don’t protest vote

October 5, 2016 Comments are Disabled

One of the most pervasive frameworks for discussing the presidential election is as a choice between two bad options.


Meyer ’17: Lamp/Bear sucks

September 16, 2016 Comments are Disabled

I love lamps. I like bears, too, especially the Chicago kind. But I hate “Untitled (Lamp/Bear).”


Meyer ’17: High stakes

April 12, 2016 Comments are Disabled

On Friday and Saturday, Brown students will bask in the sun (fingers crossed), sing along to “Trap Queen,” wear ubiquitous tank-tops and get high.


Meyer ’17: The GOP’s auto-obstruction

March 18, 2016 6 comments

Evidently, the GOP leadership has decided they have something to gain by blocking Merrick Garland. But what?


Meyer ’17: Why liberals should vote for Rubio

March 3, 2016 Comments are Disabled

Donald Trump may have won the most delegates on Super Tuesday, but he hasn’t put the race away yet. He failed to win a majority in any state.


Meyer ’17: Opting out of campaign season narcissism

February 17, 2016 6 comments

This presidential campaign has taken place under the collective illusion that the winner will be able to do what he or she says.