What Do You Think? Responses to The 0.3 Percent (N/D’18): “How encouraging it was to read about the small group of military veterans who are Brown students. These young men and women embody maturity, self-discipline, and patriotism—virtues that contrast starkly with those...”“I had classmates in Navy ROTC who could not have attended Brown without their ROTC scholarships. Several of them went on to distinguished careers in the military. Despite my doubts about the...”“As an alumnus who attended Brown following military service in Vietnam and who, according to my VA case worker, represented the only post-military student at Brown during the entirety of the period...”“I very much enjoyed your article on veterans at Brown. I always felt it was a mistake for Brown to have thrown ROTC off campus—doing so didn’t have any positive effect on...” Read all Responses to The Price of U.S. Global Policing (N/D’18): “The Watson Institute’s estimate of $5.6 trillion as the price tag for U.S. military engagement since 9/11 (“The Price of U.S. Global Policing,” The Big Issue, Under the Elms, Nov/Dec 2018) contrasts...” Read all In response to Rights, Now (S/O’18): “The only two letters in the Nov/Dec issue commenting on the Cecile Richards piece (“Rights, Now,” Sept/Oct) were so hateful they made me cringe. Then it occurred to me that no one wrote in with positive comments because the Brown community is so overwhelmingly pro-choice that no one felt the need. I’m very glad that is the case, but it reminds me that eternal vigilance is, as it always has been, the price of liberty. ” —Robert Schwartz ’70 Atlanta, GA Responses to Robert A. Reichley (N/D’18): “There was an error in Anne Diffily’s very fine piece on Bob Reichley (“The Perfect PR Man,” Sept/Oct) and its description of “the University’s merger with its longtime women’s college, Pembroke.” The...” Read all Responses to Rights, Now (S/O’18): “The only two letters in the Nov/Dec issue commenting on the Cecile Richards piece (“Rights, Now,” Sept/Oct) were so hateful they made me cringe. Then it occurred to me that no one...”“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 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?