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BDH Articles

UrooglaUroogla Registered User Posts: 1,431 Senior Member
edited August 2010 in Brown University
As I was reading through today's Brown Daily Herald, I came across a couple stories
I felt would be appropriate to post here.

Here's advice for the class of '14, which really applies to all students and to anyone considering Brown: (" + artTitle.replace("-","") + " - " + "The Brown Daily Herald" + " - " + "The Brown Daily Herald" + ").

Here's an article (with which I don't agree, personally) about one aspect and view of the open curriculum: (" + artTitle.replace("-","") + " - " + "The Brown Daily Herald" + " - " + "The Brown Daily Herald" + ").

The Daily Herald is worth reading; the editorials are not representative of the student body, I've found, but they're often interesting enough to be worth the small amount of time they take to read.
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Replies to: BDH Articles

  • chsowlflax17chsowlflax17 Registered User Posts: 941 Member
    The Herald is a great way to pass breakfast, lunch or just as a short homework break. Most the articles aren't super-interesting, but skimming through, I think you tend to find decent pieces. And the blogdailyherald Home — Blog Daily Herald is a great supplement so you keep fresh on what's happening on campus.
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