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Friedman '19: Showmanship is not diplomacy

As Shaun White is becoming a household name again for the first time in four years, I can finally say with confidence that the Winter Olympics are back in full swing. White, whose back-to-back 1440-degree spins won him his third career gold medal in the men’s halfpipe Wednesday, represents the fourth ...

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Friedman '19: Wooing Amazon is a waste of time

Just over two weeks ago, Amazon announced the names of 20 cities that had advanced to the final round of selection for its second headquarters (HQ2) location. As these finalist municipalities were selected from a pool of 238 proposals, an acceptance rate of 8.4 percent, Brown students can rest easy ...

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Friedman '19: Tech has a gender problem

Like many other Brown students on the hunt for a summer internship, I am captivated by the tech industry. There are many obvious reasons driving students to seek jobs and internships at companies such as Google, Amazon, Uber and Tesla: These companies are innovative and seem to pamper their employees ...

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Friedman ’19: Leave the drop deadline where it is

On Oct. 16, the College Curriculum Council held a forum to discuss the possibility of moving the drop deadline forward for undergraduate students. Under the proposed motion, the deadline would shift from the week before finals period to the middle of the semester. While explaining the reasons for the ...

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Friedman '19: A hollow gem in the Jewelry District

Brown featured prominently in Rhode Island real estate news this past week, as it announced the opening of South Street Landing, a new, mixed-use commercial and retail redevelopment of the derelict South Street Power Plant in Providence’s Jewelry District. The $220 million project took six years to ...

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Friedman '19: Rethinking the millenial travel bug

It seems as if everyone is into traveling these days. Let me rephrase that: Millennials are into traveling. In 2016, 80 percent of millennials surveyed by the American Society of Travel Agents reported taking a leisure vacation that year. And it’s not just the statistics — my Instagram tells me ...

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Friedman ’19: Giving Brown heat about AC

Returning to Brown in September is always a bittersweet process for me. Not for the reasons you think: Of course, I hate leaving home and the lack of responsibility that summer affords me. But I also hate returning to Brown because, on campus, I cannot walk anywhere more than two minutes away, especially ...

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