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Levison '14: The self-conscious me

When I recently told a classmate that I was considering writing my first opinions piece on the topic of opinions, he declared with irony fit only for south of Power Street, "That's so meta, bro." What he meant to exclaim was "Have you no shame!?" — a statement meant to highlight the meaninglessness ...


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Raaj Parekh '13: UFB: Vote 'no' to UCS-UFB role amendment

The Undergraduate Council of Students announced a proposal and subsequently ran an opinions column in The Herald yesterday ("UCS: Vote ‘yea' to UCS-UFB role amendment," Feb. 9) recommending a constitutional change that would give it the right to set its own budget, with the approval of the director ...


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McGoldrick '12: Unequal opportunity

All around, hints of spring abound. The temperature rises, the birds sing and minutes of sunlight gradually increase by the day. But one thing seems to notify college students that it is springtime more than anything else — internships. Emails fill our inboxes with opportunities, recruiters come ...


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Carter '12: Drifting apart

Toward the end of the fall semester, The Herald published a four-part series entitled "Mission Drift?" that examined how the University has changed during the tenure of President Ruth Simmons and what those changes might mean for the future of our university-college. In addition to being an unexpected ...


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Husted '13: In defense of program houses

Ah, the spring at Brown is finally upon us. If you are an upperclassman, you are probably looking forward to what should be a great time. If you are a freshman, this spring could determine the way the rest of your college experience looks. Soon you must choose where to live your sophomore year. Most ...


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Kevin Carty '15: Is Sex Power God counterproductive?

Before the event itself, Sex Power God was touted to me as a naked party and an environment for students to express their sexuality in whatever way they wished. But, after the party was thrown, the narrative changed significantly. Sex Power God was described to me as a night of hookups and non-monogamous ...



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