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Points of essay:

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Chapter 1 - Points of Essays

Okay, with Brown essay

  1. Brown’s Open Curriculum allows students to explore broadly while also diving deeply into their academic pursuits. Tell us about any academic interests that excite you, and how you might use the Open Curriculum to pursue them while also embracing topics with which you are unfamiliar. (200-250 words)
  2. Brown’s culture fosters a community in which students challenge the ideas of others and have their ideas challenged in return, promoting a deeper and clearer understanding of the complex issues confronting society. This active engagement in dialogue is as present outside the classroom as it is in academic spaces. Tell us about a time you were challenged by a perspective that differed from your own. How did you respond? (200-250 words)
  3. Brown students care deeply about their work and the world around them. Students find contentment, satisfaction, and meaning in daily interactions and major discoveries. Whether big or small, mundane or spectacular, tell us about something that brings you joy. (200-250 words)


Who are the most important people in my life?



whether to send to minnat, or when to not. When my boundaries of control ended and hers began.

About thinking I was better than her, about having humility, about destroying the friendship.

It was more important that I don’t put her major beliefs under fundamental attack than I get the joy (but I don’t regret at all what happened with Dagem, that was right and it worked out!)

stoicism vs rationality, what’s the message?


academic interests that excite me, and persuing them related to topics I’m unfamiliar with:

Ok writing, writing. Need to talk about how I’ll use thingy to explore academic interests that really explore me.

I love writing. But what’s the point? What’s writing for me?

I’ve already done one.

Do another one.