• lifestyle

    Pre-Registration for Dummies

    November 8, 2018
    article by Callie Zola

    A How-To for Those who Have No Clue What They’re Doing Step 1: Put off doing actual homework by scouring the hundreds of course offerings on C@B for way longer than necessary. Step 2: Get so over-excited about every class you read about that you consider changing your concentration.

    When MyPrint Calls You Out

    November 7, 2018
    article by Arya Okten

    I do not care for the new printing system, not one little bit. Back in my day, you would upload your documents, they would be uploaded (or not, depending on your luck that day), and you’d be on your merry way. This new printing system… it mocks me with its colorful infographics and self-assured demeanor. […]

    You > Your Grades

    October 31, 2018
    article by Shenandoah Duraideivamani

    First-years (actually everyone): A bad midterm mark doesn’t mean you won’t get a job. In your senior year of high school, you apply to approximately 20 colleges. Get rejected by approximately 15 of them. Then you go to Brown, thinking you achieved something, just something. But then you get here and you miss your family […]

    Reasons You Should Vote

    October 31, 2018
    article by Eashan Das

    In case you somehow live under a rock (and if you do, trust me, I approve! It’s safer there.), you should know that Midterms are on the way! Wait, before you yell at us for inducing yet another panic attack, we mean the 2018 Midterm elections are on Tuesday, November 6th. In case you’re not […]

    Health Services Only Prescribes Tylenol

    October 31, 2018
    article by Arya Okten

    Sometimes I feel like Health Services doesn’t exist in the human realm. Every time that I walk through their uselessly heavy doors, I feel myself being transported to another universe. One where, presumably, the definition of what constitutes “helpful medical advice” are far laxer. I visited Health Services this week because I had body aches, […]