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Chip Lebovitz


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Lebovitz '14: Response to the UCS/UFB candidate debate

An experience disparity was on full display at yesterday's debate. The differences between the candidates were evident, and the questions really boiled the three candidates down into two neat groups. David Rattner '13 - who, in full disclosure, is in the same fraternity as myself - and Anthony White ...

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Lebovitz '14: Diversify my options

At the Sharpe Refectory and Verney-Woolley Dining Hall, Brown students are privy to a wide assortment of means to get their news. They can pick up a copy of the New York Times, the Providence Journal and the finest publication of them all, The Herald. For those more visually inclined, "Good Morning ...

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Lebovitz '14: The parachute strategy

Shopping period is an unnecessarily frantic period. Everyone gets caught up in minutiae that rarely have a large impact on their final classes. Oh no, my schedule has room for an introductory archeology class, but I'd rather not take it because it's too far from the Verney-Woolley Dining Hall, and I'll ...

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Lebovitz '14: Emigrating back to the center

Global consistency reigns supreme this holiday season. In our current haze of national ennui and deja vu, Republicans still equate tax increases with hari-kari, Italian bond interest rates increase daily like clockwork and Gail Collins never fails to mention that Mitt Romney once tied his dog to the ...

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Lebovitz '14: Sweeping the leg

I may be the only fan of NBC's "Chuck" left in the world today. Tied with the History Channel's "Pawn Stars" as one of the dumbest premises of a show on air, "Chuck" is about the adventures of a computer store employee who ends up with a government supercomputer in his brain. I won't go too far into ...

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Lebovitz '14: Retread society

Last week, I caught the triumphant return of "Beavis and Butt-Head" to television after a 14-year hiatus. Along with an excellent Out of Bounds sketch comedy show, it helped bookend a transcendent week of comedy. While "Beavis and Butt-Head" was an immature barrel of laughs, the question that struck ...

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Lebovitz '14: Rock beats SciLi

A recently completed Macroeconomics exam forced me to go underground last weekend, squirreling away in a library cubbyhole to simultaneously pound out problem sets and practice exams. I ended up studying in both of campus' two main libraries, the Rockefeller Library and the Sciences Library. So with ...

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Lebovitz '14: Hear him out

Those of us who care little for the New England Patriots might have spent last Monday night watching a different sort of game — CNN's Republican Presidential Primary Debate. Located in sunny Tampa Bay, Fla., the debate was what you would have expected: a dog pile on the Republican front-runner, ...

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Lebovitz '14: STEM degrees for green cards

Mid-September last year, members of Brown's activist student body took to the Main Green in what was the first act in their three-month-long campaign to rally support for the DREAM Act. The proposed federal DREAM Act would have provided undocumented immigrants with U.S. residency in exchange for their ...

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