What Do You Think? Responses to On the Neural Frontier (S/O’18): “I was fascinated by your article on Brown’s extraordinary contributions to neurobiology (“On the Neural Frontier,” September/October). I wish some of those great minds could study the neurobiology and sociology of violence....” Read all Responses to Learning How to Learn (S/O’18): “Thoroughly enjoyed the two long articles last issue–and that from a person whose favorite form of expression is the haiku. Quick comment on the interview with new Dean of the College Rashid...” Read all In response to Crossing the Political Divide (S/O’18): “I’m pleased Brown professors and students want a politically balanced spectrum—four years of exposure to one-sided ideas does not advance critical thinking, or the ability to find common ground. I am active with the Sandra Day O’Connor Institute, which promotes civility in political discourse. The first woman appointed to the Supreme Court, she brought differing viewpoints together. ” —Lee Berk '64 Phoenix Responses to Rights, Now (S/O’18): “You should have sent a more objective interviewer–this could have been written by the obnoxious self-aggrandizing Richards herself. You have graduates who are pro-life, and we do not appreciate being denigrated by...”“The worshipful tone of the piece on Cecile Richards (“Rights, Now,” September/October) was nauseating. Her lucrative career has presided over, literally, the slaughter of innocents–called “reproductive rights” to soften the harsh reality....” Read all Responses to Pot Policy Wonk (S/O’18): “I applaud Catherine Nacier (“Pot Policy Wonk,” September/October). Good work out there. California is ahead of the game in the legalization process and the Feds need to step up. ” Read all Responses to Breaking Down the Binary (J/A’18): “I was struck by Michael D. Woods’s dismissive tone (“What Do You Think?,” September/October; in response to “Breaking Down the Binary,” July/August). Decrying the dedication of eight precious pages to the transgender...”“We’re truly sorry for any offense caused by our July/August cover, regarding the words on the jacket worn by Kate Bornstein ’69. The jacket’s slogans, pocket watches, tea cup, and toadstool are...”“I wish K. Bornstein ’69 well. I also admire her empathy for marginalized people, including—my own bias—those who never attended an Ivy. But I question the necessity of devoting eight pages plus...”“Thank you so much for the refreshing conversation between Kate Bornstein and Dréya St. Clair. I am a (mostly) cisgender female inspired by discussions about the irrelevance and oppression of gender. The...” 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?