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Fang '26: No time to work out? Try exercise snacks instead

Though I’m technically taking fewer classes at Brown than I did in high school, I’m learning that the classwork rarely ceases. The constant stream of papers, problem sets and preparation for tests mean lots of long hours in my dorm and at the library sitting at my computer. What’s keeping me ...


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Editorial: Brown, go vote!

Today is Election Day. Voters across the country head to the polls to decide crucial contests for the Senate, House and governorships, as well as critical local and state offices. Marred by polarization and bitter divides, the United States faces a deeply uncertain future. Whatever happens today ...


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Letter: Brown’s response to antisemitism is lacking

he note containing “several expletives and violent threats against Jewish people” discovered Sunday at Brown RISD Hillel and the “swastikas carved into surfaces” around campus over the summer are incidents of antisemitism — nothing more, nothing less. By broadly linking such events to “incidents ...


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Gaber ’23: Why are we 'anti' aging?

When Taylor Swift’s new album “Midnights” came out over a week ago, some were up in arms about one line in the song “Anti-Hero”: “Sometimes, I feel like everybody is a sexy baby and I’m a monster on the hill.” ...


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Fang ’26: We need to reduce noise pollution

I grew up in a house directly adjacent to a noisy street. Honking cars, revving engines and shrieking sirens droned in the background constantly. Similarly, here in Providence, modified cars and motorbikes racing through downtown and on Thayer Street is a common weekend occurrence. Sometimes, my ...


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Wellisch ’26: Technology is encroaching on our solitude

In an age of hyper-connectivity, we have lost our capacity for solitude.  Driving in a car or walking the dog were once moments of solitude. Even air travel was once a valuable block of time during which one could ruminate, cut off from phones and the rest of the world. However, today, ...


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Letter: End the use of pigs in medical training now

The ongoing use of pigs for operation training in the University's emergency medicine residency program reflects poorly on the University and provides inferior training to residents who deserve the best. It's time Brown joined the right side of history and ended this cruel, outdated practice. ...



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