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Peters and Vann ’17: Storytelling to transform gender norms

March 21, 2016 3 comments

We believe in the power of stories, for better or for worse. In our society, the voices that most need to be heard are too often silenced.

Bennett ’16: Pinkwashing is a poor reason to reject the Mock event

March 18, 2016 14 comments

Last week, a petition began circulating online that demanded the acclaimed trans activist Janet Mock disassociate her lecture from its sponsors.

Tisch ’17: Why Brown needs a gynecologist


Tisch ’17: Why Brown needs a gynecologist

March 9, 2016 9 comments

Like many people, I am not particularly fond of pelvic examinations.

Bhargava ’17: The great escape

March 7, 2016 Comments are Disabled

I first discovered the Absolute Quiet Room in the Rockefeller Library over the summer.

Logan: Respect in the search for diversity and inclusion

February 29, 2016 11 comments

Kyle Tildon ’19 titles his column “On the classroom.” Most readers will see that the subtext is more like “Racism and sexism surface again at Brown.”

Tildon ’19: On the classroom

February 29, 2016 30 comments

The antiquated concept of the classroom, as it exists today in the minds of many educators and students, actively undermines the goals of higher education.

Zabat ’18: In light of NEDA week

February 17, 2016 Comments are Disabled

As a college student, I find that I have to introduce myself a lot. Usually I say the same things: My name is Michelle, and I am a Michigander.

Novoa ’19: In defense of Aubrey Graham

February 15, 2016 4 comments

Drake is the hottest rapper in the game right now. This is a fact.

Campanelli ’18: No Labels at Brown University

February 12, 2016 2 comments

In today’s political climate, it seems as though politicians continuously talk past each other and pride themselves on their unwillingness to compromise.

Volpicello ’18: It’s okay to be alone

February 5, 2016 11 comments

Before coming to Brown, odds are somebody probably told you that college would be the best four years of your life.