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Students aid Title IX officer search

The University has received around 100 applications since Aug. 29, and a selection committee will appoint an officer by the end of the spring semester.

Brown Bites: Jan. 26–30

Winter Storm Juno came, saw and conquered Brown this week, leaving behind more than a foot of snow and a canceled day of classes in its wake.

Med School co-founder Aronson remembered for humility

Stanley Aronson, co-founder of the Alpert Medical School, died Jan. 28 at the age of 92, leaving behind a legacy of innovations.

Neumann melds passions for architecture, urban design in academia

Dietrich Neumann, professor of history of art and architecture, engages with architecture on a level greater than teaching theoretical and studio classes.

Foa: Let’s be clear — sexual assault 101

The University must do more than tinker with the machinery of its quasi-criminal process and characterize what constitutes sexual assault.

Gonzales '18: The perversion of our rights

There need to be restrictions and federal regulations placed upon the record collections of the NSA, combined with bipartisan legislation.

Ha '18: Message to the non-Charlies

In response to the shootings that targeted the staff of the French magazine Charlie Hebdo, many have recently risen up under the slogan “Je suis Charlie.”

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Serving Silently: Military culture on a civilian campus

Compared to other Ivy League schools, Brown lags behind in offering opportunities for students to engage with the military on campus.

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A Neighborhood Unmoored: Harboring Cape Verde in Providence

As new cultures and experiences mold the Cape Verdean diaspora, the local definition of a Cape Verdean grows thinner, calling into question whether anything distinctive will be left for future generations.

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Adrift in the Ocean State

For Rhode Island’s homeless population, service providers offer some answers — and some obstacles.