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Johnson ’24: Rural students deserve more

I recently presented a group project to my EDUC 0830: “Sociology of Education” classmates. On one slide, my group featured a link to a Mentimeter word cloud (a tool used to visually arrange keywords from respondent answers) for our classmates to anonymously respond to questions. The first question ...


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Khan '24: This is Narragansett Land

This is Narragansett land. This is Narragansett land. This is Narragansett land.  I could say this phrase 1,000 times, and it still wouldn’t change the centuries of oppression the Narragansett tribe has faced in the Providence area. But saying it still matters ― in order to start ...


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Gupta ’22: Learning to acknowledge our loss

“I’m just thankful to end my Brown career with a semi-normal semester.” Every time I’ve been asked how my senior year has been going, that has been the answer. And it is certainly true. After missing a year at Brown due to coming in as a sophomore transfer student and then spending ...



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Buckley ’23: Pleasant winter weather is an omen of climate change

Strawberry Switchblade’s song “Trees and Flowers” can lull you into a drowsy, blissful state. The guitar strums with a lazy elegance, the drums and bass follow with hippie simplicity and Rose McDowall sings in an elongated, careful tone. The grace captured in this song's instrumental is that ...

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Slusarewicz ’23: Brown should offer minors

At the beginning of this semester, I shopped an introductory photography class. As usual, the classroom had more prospective students than seats available, so the professor informed us that VISA concentrators would be prioritized in class registration. After all the concentrators had been admitted, ...


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Gao ’24: CAPS must be more proactive serving students

As a member of the class of 2024, I share the pervasive feelings of burnout with my peers as we trudge through three consecutive terms. While the University has put Counseling and Psychological Services forth as an available resource for students, frustrations about CAPS still abound. 


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Bendicksen ’22: Ditch the Hospital Merger, Brown

The University is planning to sink at least $125 million over five years into a hospital mega-merger that, if approved, would effectively monopolize inpatient care in Rhode Island. It’s a huge deal that could have serious consequences for the cost and quality of health care in the state. So why isn’t ...


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Marcus ’82: Three tips for 18-year-old me

Driving on I-95 in the late summer, I feel something tugging me back to College Hill. As I stroll past University Hall, the Rock and the Ratty, I get wistful. Why didn’t I make the most of those undergrad years? What if I knew then what I know now?






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