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    Top 10 Bachelor Seasons

    September 19, 2018
    article by Zach Zola

            On Monday nights, millions of fans tune in to watch desperate men and women attempt to find love on national TV. I am referring to ABC’s “The Bachelor/ette”, a reality dating show filled with tears, roses, Chris Harrison, and, of course, love. With the recent announcement of Colton Underwood as the next Bachelor, I thought […]

    The Naanwich and Other Travesties

    September 19, 2018
    article by Kahini Mehta

    A Rant by Someone Who Has Eaten Enough Naans and Sandwiches  To Know that They Should Not Be Combined When I walked into the Ivy Room for the first time this semester, I did so in desperate pursuit of falafels and pizza. Not necessarily both, and not necessarily in that order, but nevertheless, I was […]

    Class of 2020 Admitted Students Introduction

    September 4, 2018
    article by

    Post by Noah Etal: Hey guys… I know I’m a little bit late to the party (this is a poorly-disguised and jealousy-fuelled jab at all you ED folks that got into your first choice) but my mom likes to joke that I’ve been late for everything including my birth. I will now proceed to share even more […]

    Tell Us Your Summer Internship and We’ll Tell You what Office Character You Are

    May 16, 2018
    article by Augustus Kmetz

    Goldman Sachs/Anything financial Ryan Howard This person is a snek, the snekiest snek that ever did snek. Seriously though, they are driven and hardworking and maybe a little morally challenged, but nothing will stand in their way to financial domination and a cushy job at Goldman Sachs. Art Museum Pam Greely The three words you […]

    Winner of BlogDailyHerald’s Acceptance Story Contest: Alexander Tin

    May 16, 2018
    article by Alexander Tin

    We at BlogDailyHerald asked accepted students to send us their best #BrownAcceptanceStories. Alexander Tin wowed us with this heart-warming story:   The pact was my idea. The terms were simple: no matter what happened with respect to college decisions that week, my friends and I were not to tell each other the outcomes until our […]