Quentin is an opinions columnist for The Herald and hails from Montgomery County, Maryland. He serves as a student co-coordinator for BWell’s Masculinity Peer Education program and is Vice President of Brown University’s NAACP chapter. Most likely concentrating in History and Public Policy, you can probably find Quentin reading in the Rock, speedwalking across campus or in his room catching up on TV shows.

Articles by Quentin Thomas (15)

Columns, Opinions

Thomas ’21: The second semester slump

January 30, 2018 0 comments

The idea of the “sophomore slump” has significance outside of the college context: An artist’s second album might not be as good as their first, star rookies lose their luster and sequels are often worse than originals.

Thomas ’21: Rethinking who our veterans are

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Thomas ’21: Rethinking who our veterans are

November 27, 2017 2 comments

Last summer, I heard a Vietnam War veteran speak at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Washington, D.C.

Thomas ’21: Diversity isn’t representation

Columns, Opinions

Thomas ’21: Diversity isn’t representation

November 8, 2017 0 comments

The importance of diversity on-screen and in Hollywood has been expressed countless times before.

Thomas ’21: Athletes are people, too

Columns, Opinions

Thomas ’21: Athletes are people, too

October 23, 2017 1 comment

Athletes are a lot like superheroes. Millions of people around the world watch sports and marvel at the seemingly otherworldly abilities of athletes.

Thomas ’21: Keeping the Brown Promise

Columns

Thomas ’21: Keeping the Brown Promise

October 9, 2017 1 comment

“Don’t make a promise you can’t keep,” my mother would tell me growing up. I learned the power and strength of the word “promise” at a young age.