Sources reported Tuesday that cool, smart world leaders continued to make really good decisions.
The brilliant leaders, collectively responsible for the world’s environment, governments, and economies, were seen doing really good things that are actively improving people’s lives as well as the world at large.
Sources report that, in anticipation of a semester in the nation’s capital, weird “Brown in Washington, D.C.” fellowship participant George Paul ‘21 is acting like he’s abroad. Just an hour’s plane ride away from Providence, Paul explained how excited he was for a “life-changing” experience.
In a landmark decision on the legality of drawing legislative districts to favor one political party, the Supreme Court ruled that gerrymandering has a silly name.
“It is the opinion of the Court that whoever came up with the name ‘gerrymandering’ must have been a really goofy guy,” Chief Justice John Roberts wrote for the majority, delivering a ruling poised to alter the political landscape for a generation.