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Articles by Fabiana Vilsan (29)

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Vilsan ’19: Robots or not?

September 11, 2017 Comments are Disabled

The reality is that skills taught in liberal arts colleges are still valuable in the work force.

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Vilsan ’19: Make smart the new cool

April 21, 2017 1 comment

When I was younger, I was an idealist; I assumed voters, when given the chance, would only select the best and the brightest to lead them.

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Vilsan ’19: Why we need the EU

April 5, 2017 1 comment

The tranquil European community I grew up and fell in love with is in danger of extinction.

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Vilsan ’19: The young and the restless

March 14, 2017 Comments are Disabled

With CareerLAB strategically placed in the middle of campus, most Brown graduates feel confident stepping of college and into the real world.

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Vilsan ’19: West doesn’t know best

February 28, 2017 Comments are Disabled

We’ve all heard the soapbox speech before: The precarious governments of Eastern Europe have a lot to learn about organized democracy from Western states.

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Vilsan ’19: Stop toeing the line

February 15, 2017 1 comment

The words “echo chamber” have been thrown around more times than can be tracked during this past presidential election and in ensuing months.

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Vilsan ’19: Tomi Lahren: The rightwing princess

February 1, 2017 Comments are Disabled

The rise to stardom of political commentator Tomi Lahren is hard to ignore.

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Vilsan ’19: Tackling pervasive sexism

November 30, 2016 Comments are Disabled

As any woman can tell you, we are constantly caught in a catch-22 of gender inequality.

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Vilsan ’19: The opportunity cost of study abroad

November 8, 2016 Comments are Disabled

As an international student who has had the privilege of studying and living abroad, I completely understand the allure of the study abroad options at Brown

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Vilsan ’19: News with a punch line

October 25, 2016 Comments are Disabled

It is virtually impossible for today’s college students to escape political discourse and accompanying impassioned political debate on social media.