Elizabeth Fuerbacher

Opinions Columnist

Articles by Elizabeth Fuerbacher (14)


Fuerbacher ’13.5: All I never wanted

February 27, 2014 5 comments

For a University that gives us complete autonomy to choose classes and how we’re graded, the required summer reading policy is restrictive and hypocritical.


Fuerbacher ‘13.5: Reduce jail time for white-collar crime

February 21, 2014 47 comments

Though insider trading merits some penalty, most of its offenders do not belong behind bars.


Fuerbacher ’14: Knowing my friend’s net worth doesn’t increase mine

April 24, 2013 2 comments

Ironically, heavy attention paid to another party’s finances is often cultivated by the outside observers rather than the personal possessors of wealth.


Taking Sides: Should Brown have a business degree?

April 5, 2013 5 comments

Fuerbacher and Ingber debate the merits of Brown offering a business programs.


Fuerbacher ’14: Have a voice and use it

March 18, 2013 3 comments

We should all grow our determination and never feel ashamed to communicate steadfast conviction when interacting with peers or raising our hands in class.


Fuerbacher ’14: Room and board: You don’t get what you pay for

February 20, 2013 3 comments

University boards should decide neither our addresses nor our budgets.


Taking Sides: Should Brown offer substance-free dorms?

February 8, 2013 2 comments

Fuerbacher ’14 and Eppler ’13 debate the merits of substance-free housing options.


Fuerbacher ’14: Keeping up with the Congress

February 5, 2013 3 comments

Our congressmen and senators should be entitled to no compensation until they learn to reign in spending and re-organize their priorities.

Fuerbacher ’14: Learning from your peers – literally!

November 11, 2012 Comments are Disabled

Suddenly you realize that your TA might very well be an undergraduate such as yourself, perhaps just one year older than you. At this point, you might think, “I’m paying almost $60,000 a year to be taught by a peer? This is nonsense!


Fuerbacher ’14: Mitt Romney for President

November 6, 2012 Comments are Disabled

“Hope” and “change” were the key words that candidate Barack Obama infused into his campaign rhetoric four years ago. Today, with an additional $5.5 trillion in U.S. debt, elevated unemployment and no clear foreign policy, all the United States can hope for is change.