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Does absence really make the heart grow fonder?
Vice president for human resources Myron McCoo will step down from his role on Nov. 30, and former executive director Lynda Baker will serve as acting vice president during the search for a permanent replacement.
Twelve recent multiracial graduates share their personal experiences in the anthology “Mixed: Multiracial College Students Tell Their Life Stories,” which examines the identity development of mixed-race students.
While a PhD in computer science and a diploma in calligraphy and bookbinding may seem like an unconventional pairing, University of Washington professor David Levy ’71 discussed how the juxtaposition of the two disciplines can demonstrate the value of contemplation in a fast-paced world in a lecture Thursday evening.
Brown University will investigate a protest that led to the cancellation of an event with New York City police commissioner Raymond Kelly to decide whether students involved should be disciplined, The New York Times reported. In a letter to campus, Brown president Christina Paxson said the protest violated the student code of conduct because it obstructed “the basic exchange of ideas,” and Paxson created a committee to evaluate the incident. Protesters, including Brown students and local residents, interrupted the speech to protest the New York City police department’s stop-and-frisk practice. Last week, a federal appeals court overruled a federal judge’s earlier decision mandating a change in this policy.
College President Phil Hanlon’s proposed initiative to expand and require experiential learning will consist of research experiences, community service, entrepreneurial activities, creative performances and professional experiences.
The Ecological Agriculture course during the summer allows students to experientially learn on the Organic Farm.
I am a television addict, so it’s only fitting that I learned the word “penultimate” from watching “Sex and the City.” In the penultimate episode of the series, Carrie is in Paris with the Russian, and everyone’s cringing because who doesn’t know that she’s supposed to be with Big. Every moment of callous rudeness on his part is just another confirmation. The penultimate, or second to last, tends to be a mess. It’s the last bit of dramatic chaos before everything gets neatly resolved for the happy ending, the peak of unhappiness before everyone rides off into the sunset.
David Levy ’71 encouraged students to search for a contemplative balance in a world marked by acceleration, overload, fragmentation and distraction in a lecture on Thursday.
'16: I've tried Band-Aids, I've tried condoms — nothing's working dude!
As I sat in a meeting at my fraternity the other night, slowly sinking into the leather couch, the house’s president posed a question that, simple and obvious though it might seem, really made me think. “Why did you join a fraternity?”
It’s important to remember that sometimes, even the “dumbest” person in the room can offer the most valuable, unexpected insights.