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Letter: Cutting cars from Thayer will cut out the community

The myopic, albeit well-intentioned, view of Gabe Sender ’25 in his Feb. 14 column on closing Thayer and Brown streets to vehicular traffic touched a nerve. Local homeowners in Providence have long used Thayer Street to visit restaurants, the Avon Cinema, the post office, FedEx and more. For those ...


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McGrath ’24: A love letter to Wordle

With 9 a.m. classes every day this semester, my morning routine reminds me daily of just how loud everything becomes when you’re trying to get ready in silence. Normally, this involves stumbling to the communal shower and back, trying in vain to apply some mascara in the dim dorm lighting and making ...


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Bahl ’24: Make tech adaptable to foster inclusivity

When I try to check in for international flights online, I’m not always able to. The country of birth listed on my passport — Hong Kong — is only sometimes listed as an option when selecting a country, depending on the airline. When it isn’t, I have to head to the airport early, explain to ...


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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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Editorial: The S/NC deadline is not satisfactory

The deadline to opt for the Satisfactory/No Credit grading option is fast approaching, and as shopping period comes to a close, students are doing their best to make the right call. Taking a class S/NC can help alleviate students’ stress about grades when taking a course, allowing them to focus ...


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Letter: Gail from the Ratty says goodbye

I now sadly must say goodbye to all the students whom I call friends, to everyone in the Brown community whom I have had the pleasure to meet and especially to my coworkers from Dining Services. They worked tirelessly beside me. We were a team and, most of all, a family. I will miss all of you very ...



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