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Articles by Jason Carroll (6)

Carroll ’21: Response to Sachar ’20: The Problems with CCB’s Claim to Student Government Status and Why it Should Matter to Students

Op-eds, Opinions

Carroll ’21: Response to Sachar ’20: The Problems with CCB’s Claim to Student Government Status and Why it Should Matter to Students

October 18, 2020 1 comment

Beginning last year, Brown’s Class Coordinating Board began rebranding itself as a student government.

Carroll ’21: Brown’s administration moves to control student representation

Op-eds, Opinions

Carroll ’21: Brown’s administration moves to control student representation

September 16, 2020 1 comment

On Brown’s campus, the administration has increasingly asserted itself as the arbiters of student representation, determining which voices are heard and who gets a seat at the table.

Carroll ’21: Reducing the pandemic fees is good. Now we need long-term transparency and change.

Op-eds, Opinions

Carroll ’21: Reducing the pandemic fees is good. Now we need long-term transparency and change.

August 13, 2020 1 comment

Last week, the Brown Undergraduate Council of Students launched a campaign against what we deemed Brown’s “pandemic fees” and nearly 2,000 Brown community members and concerned parties signed our petition. 

Letter: Student Governance and the Class Coordinating Board

Letters to the Editor, Opinions

Letter: Student Governance and the Class Coordinating Board

May 15, 2020 0 comments

To the Editor:  The Undergraduate Council of Students has and will always welcome input and collaboration from all students and student groups on our campus. 

Ostrovsky ’23, Carroll ’21, Amkieh ’21.5: Why Brown must do more

COVID-19 Updates, Op-eds, Opinions

Ostrovsky ’23, Carroll ’21, Amkieh ’21.5: Why Brown must do more

April 30, 2020 6 comments

Recently, Brown University announced it will temporarily house those fighting coronavirus on the front lines, namely emergency personnel and healthcare workers.

Op-eds, Opinions

Carroll ’21: What the Super Bowl riots can teach us about race in America

February 20, 2018 1 comment

On the night of Super Bowl Sunday, football fans took to the streets of Philadelphia after the Eagles pulled off a historic upset in Super Bowl LII, bringing the team their first championship title.