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Gabriella Corvese

Opinions Columnist

Articles by Gabriella Corvese (26)


Corvese ’15: The limits of loans

April 19, 2015 2 comments

If Brown truly wants to preserve its value of passionate, exploratory education, it must prioritize the removal of loans from financial aid packages.


Corvese ’15: Is an honors thesis right for you?

April 7, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Completing an honors thesis feels like a culmination of the bizarre culture of obligation that engulfs higher education.


Corvese ’15: From PawSox to ProSox?

March 6, 2015 Comments are Disabled

This is a classic case of the business boys picking on the smaller guys, and nothing about that shouts Rhode Island team spirit.


Corvese ’15: Demystifying the senior girl

February 18, 2015 5 comments

Being a senior girl at Brown is kind of terrifying.


Corvese ’15: Prohibition at Brown? We’ll see

February 5, 2015 2 comments

Some students reacted to the University’s announcement that alcohol is prohibited at large-scale parties in residential spaces. The reaction was laughable.

Corvese ’15: The Oscars should matter for Brown students


Corvese ’15: The Oscars should matter for Brown students

January 21, 2015 3 comments

Rather than discourage us, the unfortunate Oscar spread should motivate us to challenge the status quo.


Corvese ’15: Big hits, bigger consequences

December 4, 2014 Comments are Disabled

Concussions are more than injuries that take a week of rest to resolve — they’re a national public health problem.


Corvese ’15: A tale of two Thayers

November 14, 2014 7 comments

Four years later, seniors’ views of Thayer are not quite as rosy.


Corvese ’15: Cavemen didn’t bake pies

September 25, 2014 4 comments

At a glance, Paleo sounds healthful and natural. Too bad it reeks of pretension.


Corvese ’15: Change rape culture, not your nail polish

September 11, 2014 6 comments

Is the theft of material belongings, presumably for financial gain, really comparable to a violent assault on someone’s body?