What Do You Think? 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...”“Was the “Get Over It” letter genuine? I thought you might be trying to generate letters to the editor or start an ironic T-shirt campaign. The writer acknowledges that cultures change...”“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...” Read all Responses to Fragile Beauty (S/O’19): “In style, Mattison’s art (“Fragile Beauty,” Sept/Oct) is like that of two masters in wood: Grinling Gibbons and David Esterly. I wonder if she would trace her style to either? Two quotations...” Read all In response to Top Doc (N’): “My wife is a three-time cancer survivor thanks to the Kaiser Oakland Cancer Center. I believe Elizabeth Cureton was one of her docs (“Keep it Simple,” Sept/Oct 2019). I’ve met other Brown docs throughout her cancer journey. I initially chose Kaiser because it was the cheapest health care option and was apprehensive when my wife became ill. Knowing the quality education that I received at Brown, it was comforting whenever I met a fellow Brown alum at Kaiser. I felt a connection, that my wife wouldn’t be just another Jane Doe patient, and no doubts about the medical pedigree. ” —Richard Jones II ’82 Oakland, Calif. Responses 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...” Read all Responses to Keep It Simple (S/O’19): 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 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?