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127th Editorial Board


Editor's Note

The 127th Editorial Board published its 119th issue today, marking the last issue of the semester and our last issue as an editorial board. The Herald will continue to publish breaking news and updates online during finals and over winter break. The paper will resume publishing for the spring semester ...


Editor's Note: The Herald names 128th Editorial Board

The Herald announced the members of the 128th Editorial Board Friday at its annual banquet at CAV Restaurant Dec. 1. The 128th Editorial Board will be led by Editor-in-Chief and President Elena Renken ’19, a science and society concentrator from St. Paul, Minnesota. Kasturi Pananjady ’19, a comparative ...


Editorial: What we’re thankful for

195 Angell St. The back room, and the slightly inferior front room. Late night texts from TCI Press. Alice Chin and the words of inspiration she provides. Office Manager Diane Silvia. All the office chairs, except for that one with the wheel missing from it. Herald alums, including but not limited ...


Editorial: Where did all the money go?

The Undergraduate Council of Students recently decided to increase the student activities fee from $274 to $295. In the meeting, the leaders of the Undergraduate Finance Board recommended the increase, attributing the board’s $130,000 deficit to an influx of clubs requesting categorization that were ...


Editorial: We can’t be silent about gun violence

When, in December 2012, a shooter fatally killed 20 elementary school children in a town just two hours away from our own campus, President Christina Paxson P’19 decided to sponsor a series of forums on school shootings. She urged the Janus Forum to sponsor a talk on gun violence and signed a letter ...


Editorial: Renaming Magee Street

On Nov. 16, the Providence City Council will decide whether a street on College Hill will continue to share the name of a slave trader or if it should instead find a new namesake in two of Providence’s most influential black activists. The decision is clear — Providence should change the name of ...


Editorial: Selling out to tech

Finance and consulting interns have long been the subject of jokes about selling out. The eager, inspired first-years who often walk in through the Van Wickle Gates praising democratic action sometimes cringe to find themselves after graduation joining institutions that fundamentally undermine it. Wall ...

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