What Do You Think? Responses to Public Enemy No. 1 (J/A’19): “Arthur Gregg Sulzberger ’03 is, indeed, publisher of the failing New York Times, perhaps not failing in the business sense but in the journalistic sense. The fact that “He has since made...”“In “Public Enemy No 1,” A.G. Sulzberger is lionized in text and photo as the paladin of a free press. In fact, President Trump did not call the Times or Mr. Sulzberger...”“Thank you for Julia Klein’s excellent cover story on A.G. Sulzburger. I was interested to see that A.G. was drawn to journalism (aside from family tradition) by a class at Brown in...”“The recent profile of Arthur Gregg Sulzburger ’03 offered BAM an opportunity to cover issues crucial to journalism and American politics (“Public Enemy No 1,” July/August). For instance, on October 31, 2016,...” Read all Responses to Northern Aggression (J/A’19): “To Our Readers: I am writing as Editor and Publisher of the BAM. While we typically don’t publish letters online between print issues, we felt it was important in this case to provide...”“I am baffled and dismayed by BAM’s decision to publish a letter to the editor in the September/October 2019 issue, penned by one Brian Barbata ’67, in which he provides a defense...”“I was saddened to read the recently published and racist letter to the editor penned by Brian Barbata ‘67, written in response to the article “Northern Aggression.” In his letter, Barbata describes...”“I am a Brown alum from the class of 2013, currently living in Brooklyn NY. I am a proud graduate of both the Africana Studies and International Relations programs. During all four...” Read all In response to 100 Years of Gratitude (J/A’19): “In reference to “100 Years of Gratitude,” July/August 2019: It’s always nice to read about someone who has made it to 99. Mary Beth Barnard says her mother, Teresa Elizabeth Gagnon Mellone ’39, ’62 AM, has “always just felt incredibly grateful, looking at life as a great adventure. That’s the secret of her longevity.” This overlooks several other factors that are involved in longevity: genes, luck, and access to good medical care. Most people who are as grateful and adventurous as Ms. Mellone don’t make it to 99. Some don’t even make it to 50, and not because they lack Mellone’s virtues. ” —Felicia Nimue Ackerman Professor of Philosophy Campus Responses to Classmates Behind Bars (J/A’19): “I was overjoyed to discover that Brown was offering classes to Rhode Island prisoners (“Classmates Behind Bars,” July/August). It is well established that participation in educational programs is one of the best...” Read all Responses to Dystopia Calling (M/J’19): “The truth about human history is that the survival of our species was in doubt for most of it and we survived by turning females into breeding stock and males into cannon...”“The real dystopia is the assertion that The Handmaid’s Tale has anything to do with President Trump: pure and utter nonsense all around. Coincidentally the main character is played by a Scientologist—more...”“This story’s casual libel of the “Trump era” as bad for women and gays was out of touch with reality (“Dystopia Calling,” May/June 2019). Just as delusional: its implication that The Handmaid’s...” Read all Responses to Political Player (M/J’19): “I was disappointed by the profile of Parker Poling ’99 in the May/June BAM. There was not one word about Poling’s values or why she still considers herself a Republican. How does...”“I found it interesting that the story “Political Player” (Beyond the Gates, May/June 2019) said Parker Hamilton Poling ’99 lived in “her GOP-heavy adopted hometown of Washington, D.C.” The Washington Post and...” Read all We want to know what you think! Send us your responses to our stories. Submit a letter to the editor Recent Polls Ever True Online reading poll results Poll College summers poll results Poll Good book poll results Poll Class reunion poll results Poll What do you miss about campus?