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Editors’ note: What we’re thankful for

A safe and healthy staff, finally in person. 88 Benevolent, a new website and functional chairs. Reliable couches and unreliable design software. Glowing orbs for mood lighting, disposable photos and the cauldron of snacks. Props and staff portraits scrawled on scraps of paper. Slug Lig. ...




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Bahl ’24: Big data isn’t always better

From popular Reddit threads to the discussions that happen in my own computer science classes, “big data”  — the usage of large-scale datasets to extract patterns — has become one of the hottest buzzwords in tech. Big data holds incredible potential, enabling insights of unprecedented ...


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Gaber ’23: Why did we move on so quickly from the bomb threat?

Twelve days ago, there was a bomb threat on Brown’s campus. There were also threats at Columbia and Cornell, as well one at Yale two days prior. And yet, from my experience, it seemed that the notable event on campus from that day was the deer that was mysteriously trapped in the lounge of Morris ...

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Editorial: CAPS must expand access

Despite high demand, mental health resources remain in short supply on College Hill. Counseling and Psychological Services, Brown’s main provider of therapy and mental health support for students, is failing to address the needs of a struggling student body.


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Letter: Art can survive the introduction of AI

I’ve read numerous articles that decry the application of artificial intelligence to areas such as self-driving cars and jury selections. These arguments can typically be traced to an underlying fear: a distrust of machines making decisions for humans. The recent argument ...


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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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Editorial: First-year advising falls short

First-year advisors — the professors, deans and academic administrators who offer advice to students as they navigate their first months in college — are students’ first guides through a daunting Open Curriculum. These advisors have the potential to positively shape a student’s college experience, ...






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