POINT: Dear Blueno Offers Us The Space To Freely Talk About Campus Issues
Dear Blueno, a Facebook page that posts anonymous messages from the Brown community, offers us what the University has yet to facilitate: a forum to talk freely about the social, political, and institutional issues that define us.
Hey, listen. We know you’ve had a crazy year and a half. You know what’s even crazier? That things are almost back to normal. But trust us: now is still the perfect time to get into competitive online mahjong.
Yeah, yeah, we know about the Delta variant.
Honesty and transparency are fundamental to how we do business. That’s why we’re taking responsibility and saying openly, “Hey, we messed up.” We’re not perfect, but we thank you for pushing us to be. We’ve heard your concerns about our unethical labor practices and have decided to step up and meet the typographical moment.
Holy shit holy shit holy shit dude. Holy shit. Did you just hear that shit dude? Did Mrs. Richards just say penis in front of the whole fricking class?
Pffffffffff I can’t believe this man. She said the p-word dude!! Agh ahahahaha that’s so nasty dude!!
Oh my fricking god.
You know they say sometimes you eat the bar and sometimes the bar eats you. There’s a constant push and pull in life, in the cosmos, and you’re not always gonna catch it at the right time, or make the right choice. As people, the experiences that make up our consciousness and worldview open us up to the world in important ways, but those experiences can also constrain us, whether we recognize it or not.
Point: I Know I Entered Your Life to Tutor You In Chemistry, But The Real Chemistry Is Between Me And Your Mother. I’m Here To Stay by Dr. Theron Softkiss, Amateur Chemistry Tutor
Hey Tyler, what a wild ride huh? It’s crazy how chemistry brought you and me together, and now it’s gonna keep me and your mother together forever because I, Dr.
As my undergraduate experience comes to a close, I hear the big wide world beyond Brown calling my name. I am eager to start doing meaningful work, to move to a new city, and to begin the rest of my life. However, there is one thing which I will refuse to give up when I leave the Van Wickle Gates.
Hey, it’s been pretty cool hanging out with our pod every weekend. I know you take COVID seriously; I do too. According to CDC guidelines, it minimizes your risk to have a tight pod of people who you socialize with. So I think it would be the safest option for everyone if we hooked up right now.
POINT: I come to seminar to appreciate all different points of view and learn from my peers! By Theodore McCrae, 9:00am
I chose a liberal arts institution like Brown because it excites me intellectually to hear opinions from all different kinds of people.