What Do You Think? Responses to Tricky Business (M/A’19): “As with gambling, the heavy user is being hurt and will continue to be hurt, as the number of heavy users expands. There is minimal concern for the heavy user; maximum concern...”““Tricky Business” by Jane Sasseen contained an error. She writes: “Federal restrictions still classify cannabis as a ‘Schedule I’ drug as dangerous as heroin, hindering health research and restricting business development.” While...” Read all Responses to Dyed in the Wool (J/F’19): “It’s been a very long time since an article has elicited such a sense of hope in me (“Dyed in the Wool,” January/February 2019). As a Brown graduate who values developing the...”“Why does Brown have to wear its political correctness on its sleeve virtually 100 percent of the time? Why should we care about the sexual preference/orientation of the entrepreneur who is doing...”“Well done to Jennifer Knight at American Woolen, bringing apparel fabric jobs back to this country (“Dyed in the Wool,” January/February 2019). I wonder if she would consider helping out down in...” Read all In response to Tricky Business (M/A’19): “As with gambling, the heavy user is being hurt and will continue to be hurt, as the number of heavy users expands. There is minimal concern for the heavy user; maximum concern is to expand the business aspect (“total sales” $$$) to expand profits and drive higher tax revenues. ” —Robert Jennett ’73 Denver, Colo. firstname.lastname@example.org Responses to Supporting Schools (M/A’19): “In “Supporting Schools,” her essay in the March/April issue of BAM, President Paxson waxes poetic about Brown’s Annenberg Institute. Perhaps there are valid reasons for singing its praises, but there is also...” 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?