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Topic: President Trump

In a presumed attempt to stop the Congressional certification of the Electoral College votes, the rioters stormed the building, vandalizing and taking selfies as they went, many carrying flags with Trump slogans.

Metro, News

Brown community reacts to insurrection at Capitol

January 8, 2021 11 comments

Following an insurrection in the U.S. Capitol, the Brown community, including groups across the political spectrum, united in condemning the Jan. 6 incident.

President Trump’s Sept. 22 executive order could withhold federal funding from schools offering diversity and inclusion programs.

News, University News

Brown encourages federal court to block executive order on race and sex stereotyping

December 4, 2020 0 comments

The University filed a Nov. 23 amicus brief to encourage a federal court to block President Trump’s Sept. 22 executive order, which intends to combat “race and sex stereotyping and scapegoating.” 

Arenberg: What to expect as Election Day approaches

Op-eds, Opinions

Arenberg: What to expect as Election Day approaches

October 30, 2020 0 comments

This is the most consequential election of our lifetimes.  This election features candidates as polarized as any in American history.  This election has exhibited the highest level of voter enthusiasm perhaps ever — more than 79 million Americans have already voted. This election will be a landslide for Democrats. 

Siemens ’21: COVID-19 and the search for presidential virtue

Op-eds, Opinions

Siemens ’21: COVID-19 and the search for presidential virtue

April 5, 2020 1 comment

Over the past two months, we have watched the Trump administration flounder in its response to the largest public health crisis in the world’s recent memory. Once again, glaring administrative incompetence has met executive egotism in the face of a national catastrophe.

George Packer (left), a writer for the Atlantic, and Jeffrey Goldberg (right), editor-in-chief of the Atlantic, discussed foreign policy under the Trump administration during a Wednesday night event.

News, University News

Atlantic EIC, writer talk Trump foreign policy

November 14, 2019 Comments are Disabled

In a crowded lecture hall, George Packer, a writer for the Atlantic and an award-winning author, described President Trump’s foreign policy as “a zero sum game, with us (the United States) against the rest.”

Students reflect on Trump impeachment inquiry

Metro, News

Students reflect on Trump impeachment inquiry

October 9, 2019 Comments are Disabled

As debate over the impeachment inquiry against President Trump dominates discourse nationwide, some students on campus are weighing the implications of the investigation.

Reed ’21: The excessive authority of regulatory agencies

Columns, Opinions

Reed ’21: The excessive authority of regulatory agencies

September 17, 2019 Comments are Disabled

Last week, after a number of high-profile stories of teens hospitalized with lung illnesses related to vaping, President Trump announced his intention to direct the Food and Drug Administration to ban most flavored e-cigarettes.

Reed ’21: Mueller, Trump, presidential authority

Opinions

Reed ’21: Mueller, Trump, presidential authority

April 25, 2019 2 comments

Last week, when the Department of Justice released the partially redacted Mueller Report, liberals and conservatives alike rushed to claim vindication. The report was something of a Rorschach test of confirmation bias.

Provost Richard Locke also discussed the University’s tuition, saying that the University is still “in the middle of the pan” compared to peer institutions.

News, University News

Provost opposes Trump’s planned executive order

March 6, 2019 Comments are Disabled

In Tuesday’s faculty meeting, Provost Richard Locke P’18 criticized what he sees as government overreach in President Trump’s planned executive order to protect campus free speech.

Secondo ’16 GS: Quitters don’t compromise

Columns, Opinions

Secondo ’16 GS: Quitters don’t compromise

February 20, 2019 Comments are Disabled

You can’t always get what you want. And neither can Amazon nor the President of the United States.