According to the Admission Office, officers do not have access to financial aid materials for applicants, so they do not have explicit information concerning an applicant's financial situation. Too bad this system can only work in theory.
Humanitarian providers of the future need to develop a far broader perspective on the complex array of issues involved in order to ensure that their good work actually does some good -- or at the very least does no harm.
The 2008 presidential race had purported to forever erase the conversation about race in the United States, but here a conversation about race compelled my producing partner and I to create a satiric, mockumentary-style study of race relations in the Ivy League.
One of the best phrases I hear at Brown is the question, "How would you describe the typical Brown student?" followed by the answer, "There is none!" Despite this gag-worthy cliché, I must admit that it applies to the styles I see on Brown's campus.
Sometimes administrators do the right thing. One who supported intellectual freedom on multiple occasions was E. Benjamin Andrews, who was honored November 3 by the Academic Freedom Coalition of Nebraska (AFCON) at its 25th annual membership meeting.
The presence of people of African descent on numerous teams across the globe is an open invitation to explore historic and contemporary migration patterns - both voluntary and involuntary - to broaden our perspectives about the world around us.