Zach Ingber

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Articles by Zach Ingber (23)

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Ingber ’15: Brown: The libertarian of the Ivy League

September 24, 2013 2 comments

The government can learn a bit by looking at Brown’s libertarian approach — there seems to be an invisible hand guiding students to success and happiness.

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Ingber ’15: The case for Syrian intervention

September 9, 2013 3 comments

The president is not looking to nation build or occupy another Middle Eastern country — he is simply looking to say that no means no.

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Taking Sides: Should Brown have a business degree?

April 5, 2013 5 comments

Fuerbacher and Ingber debate the merits of Brown offering a business programs.

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Ingber ’15: The true value of a Brown education

March 19, 2013 9 comments

The Brown education, the Open Curriculum and even Brown’s grading policy reflect a desire to impart critical thinking skills.

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Ingber ’15: Don’t move engineering downtown

March 11, 2013 14 comments

Brown would strongly discourage engineers from taking a diverse array of classes and virtually prohibit humanities students from trying their hands at more technical classes.

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Ingber ’15: Not just another civil war

February 12, 2013 7 comments

We are a campus that cares deeply about human rights and extols ideals of self-determination, democracy and equality. Why are we quiet on Syria?

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Ingber ’15: Constructive Irreverence

January 24, 2013 1 comment

Perhaps Paxson will not have the same mystical aura surrounding her that her predecessor did, but we must realize that she will be trying to lace up her own boots, not trying to fill Ruth’s shoes.

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Ingber ’15: America should support Israel

November 16, 2012 0 comments

America’s strong support of Israel both reinforces our core values and furthers our strategic interests – a rare combination in international politics.

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Ingber ’15: An unsavory alliance

October 31, 2012 19 comments

As I walked to class just the other day, I was struck by the large “fence” erected on the Main Green opposite Sayles Hall. Covered with spray paint and graffiti-esque writing, I knew this was either a political demonstration or modern art exhibit. Curious, I walked closer and saw two tables in front of the display: a table run by the students organizing Immigration Week and a table manned by Students for Justice in Palestine.

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Ingber’s Rebuttal: Is the United States the greatest country on earth?

October 5, 2012 2 comments

My opponent’s argument of nationalistic relativism disregards fundamental differences between countries and strikes me as naive.