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Editors' Note

Today’s issue marks the final Herald of the semester and the last produced under the 126th Editorial Board. The Herald will publish breaking news updates online during finals and over winter break, and regular publication will resume Wednesday, Jan. 25. We hope you continue to engage with The Herald ...

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Editors' Note

The Herald will not be publishing a paper for the rest of the week. We will resume printing Nov. 28. Until then, check for any breaking news updates online at browndailyherald.com. Happy Thanksgiving!

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Editorial: What we’re thankful for

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, Facilities Custodian Alice Chin, Office Manager Diane Da Silva, Assistant Vice President and Dean of Students Mary Grace Almandrez, Jonathan Ellis ’06, Ben Leubsdorf ’08, Sudeep Reddy ’01, Shefali Luthra ’14, Michael Dubin ’16, abrupt ...

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Editors' Note: The Herald names 127th Editorial Board

The Herald announced the members of the 127th Editorial Board Friday at its annual banquet at CAV Restaurant Nov. 11. The 127th Editorial Board will be led by Editor-in-Chief and President Lauren Aratani ’18, an English non-fiction concentrator from Honolulu, Hawaii. Matt Brownsword ’18, a political ...

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Editorial: A Trump win

There is so much to say about the result of the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Knowing that we could go on for thousands of words and that thousands of words will indeed be written about this result in the coming days and decades, we will simply relay facts about what transpired Tuesday. Taking political ...

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Editors' Note

A plagiarized comic appeared in Wednesday’s Herald (“The Fistbump Chronicles,” Oct. 26). The comic copied the work of the webcomic “The Perry Bible Fellowship.” The Herald has retracted the piece and regrets its publication.

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Editorial: What objectivity means to The Herald

For any news organization, journalistic integrity is paramount. Historically, objectivity has been considered central to an ethical model of journalism. As the Columbia Journalism Review noted in an article on the subject in 2003, journalists “all learned about objectivity in school or at our first ...

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Editorial: Remove barriers to early graduation

The requirement that students must complete or pay for eight semesters of college is classist and contradicts the supposedly fundamentally Brown tenet of allowing students to be the architects of their own educations. Brown’s requirement of taking 30 courses seems reasonable enough, allowing for at ...

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Editorial: Peer education and activism

Last week, The Herald’s editorial board urged our peers to “be generous” in speaking with other students who may not have as elaborate an understanding of issues of power and identity as their own. This week, we aim to expand on that notion, explaining why it is necessary and how it will prove ...

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Editorial: Toward a productive political culture

The political engagement of Brown’s students is a cornerstone and a privilege of the education here. As tour guides will trumpet, Brown is not a campus where learning is constrained to the classroom. For many students, the most memorable lessons of their undergraduate experiences will come not from ...

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