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The Brown Political Review is a non-partisan political publication that seeks to promote ideological diversity. All of the views reflected in BPR’s content are views held by authors and not reflective of the views held by the wider organization or the Executive Board.

Jonathan Huang '20 is a Staff Writer for the US Section of the Brown Political Review. Jonathan can be reached at jonathan_huang@brown.edu

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Meatless “meat” is on the rise, and ranchers aren’t happy about it. People are increasingly turning to vegetarian and vegan substitutes for real meat, citing ethical and environmental concerns. These alternatives to animal products have surpass...

Meat Meets “Meat”

Meatless “meat” is on the rise, and ranchers aren’t happy about it. People are increasingly turning to vegetarian and vegan substitutes for real meat, citing ethical and environmental concerns. These alternatives to animal products have surpass...

If you own a smartphone (or a tractor), you are most likely limited to just one option when it comes to repairs. In recent years, industry giants such as Apple and John Deere have caught flack for creating closed-off ecosystems that force device owne...

Right to Repair: More Than Broken Phones

If you own a smartphone (or a tractor), you are most likely limited to just one option when it comes to repairs. In recent years, industry giants such as Apple and John Deere have caught flack for creating closed-off ecosystems that force device owne...