Gabriella Corvese

Opinions Columnist

Articles by Gabriella Corvese (26)


Corvese ’15: For gender equality, it’s more than money

January 29, 2014 3 comments

While the address is certainly a positive way to communicate the government’s goals, it is largely an outlet for an abundance of hopeful rhetoric.


Corvese ’15: Enough with the committees, already

November 8, 2013 2 comments

“Are student voices so inferior that they are not valid until they bear the official University seal?”


Corvese ’15: Stop talking about millennials

September 26, 2013 2 comments

Talking about the attitudes of people born in the ’90s accomplishes little besides a mildly interesting cultural analysis.


Corvese ’15: Make your Brown bucket list

September 4, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Whether on paper or in your mind, all Brown students should be conscious of what makes Brown so boldly Brown — opportunities that may be out of reach when we graduate and step out of the Van Wickle Gates.


Corvese ’15: Who wins the admissions game?

April 8, 2013 11 comments

Although college admissions is largely a game, it is not one with an instant ticket to success, as Suzy Lee Weiss seems to believe.


Corvese ’15: Stolen soda is sweetest

April 1, 2013 1 comment

A ban on the purchase of large drinks is not a solution to a public health problem so much as it is an arbitrary restriction on consumer freedom.


Taking Sides: Are Ivy League students more obligated to give back to the world than other students?

March 1, 2013 2 comments

All of us — every Brown student and every Ivy Leaguer — have won one of the most important and most random lotteries of our lives: the college lottery.


Corvese ’15: Putting action back in activism

February 21, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Symbolism can effectively raise awareness, but it does not directly help solve the problem itself and can ignore more serious aspects of an issue.


Corvese ’15: Brown food is good food

February 7, 2013 2 comments

Considering Brown’s liberal and open-minded reputation, it is a surprise how quick we are to reject school food.


Corvese ’15: A call for ethical media

January 30, 2013 Comments are Disabled

There is a fine line between reporting on an event and dealing more damage after tragedy strikes a community.