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Letters to the Editor

Editors' Note


April 22, 2009 Comments are Disabled

The editorial in Tuesday’s Herald (“Another bump in the wall,” April 21) incorrectly stated that Rhode Island teachers are not currently under contract. In fact, Providence teachers are not currently under contract.

Editors' Note

Editor’s Note

April 22, 2009 Comments are Disabled

Earlier this month, The Herald published a letter signed by Philip Kloss ’11 (“Transfers a valuable addition to Brown,” April 10). Since its publication, the editors have learned that no student with that name is currently enrolled at Brown.

Letter: HEI misrepresented

April 20, 2009 Comments are Disabled

The Student Labor Alliance calls on the University to support worker unionization at HEI Hospitality.

Letter: Bring students to the Corporation

April 20, 2009 Comments are Disabled

Will Wray ’10 suggests an altenative to the Corporation’s “young alum” position — a UCS liason.

Letter: Lighten the burden of interdisciplinary programs

April 16, 2009 Comments are Disabled

While I applaud Nick Hagerty ’10 for his continued focus on University issues, his most recent column (“Academic Inequality,” April 13) has some poor proposals.

Letter: No divestment at Hampshire, no divestment at Brown

April 15, 2009 10 comments

Tuesday’s column, (“Student power for Palestine,” Apr. 14) contains factually incorrect and vitriolic information.

Letter: Awareness of impact key to sustainability

April 14, 2009 Comments are Disabled

To the Editor: In response to Katherine Hermann’s column (“First things first — learn how to recycle a bottle,” Apr. 10): Anyone who says that Brown students are not excited about the small problems with sustainability does not know the right Brown students. Not only do a large population of […]

Letter: We hope you got that free first-class upgrade

April 13, 2009 Comments are Disabled

While Staehelin is right to lament low student participation, he is wrong to assume a dearth of student interest. What he fails to mention is the lack of University resources supporting students’ pursuits of such opportunities, which often entail significant costs.