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Study examines EMA as research tool

Researchersinvestigated how ecological momentary assessment can be used to develop interventions for depression and self-inflicted harm.

Spotlight on the Statehouse: February 26, 2015

HIV transmission bill faces backlash. Tension flares over government transparency. Rhode Island grapples with infrastructure funding.

Study looks at mindfulness effects on health education

Researchers investigated how ecological momentary assessment can be used to develop interventions for depression and self-inflicted harm.

U. study uses tadpoles to explore link between VPA, hyperconnected brain

In a recent study, University researchers used a tadpole model to better understand the effects valproic acid has on neurodevelopment and behavior.

Editorial: Revamping DUGs

Departmental Undergraduate Groups, or DUGs, could be a lot more than what they currently are.

Weinstein '17: The ethics of unpaid internships

On my first day as an unpaid intern I was told, “We could pay you, or we could buy more TV ads, and you’re already here, so we’re going to buy more TV ads.”

Rotenberg '17: Why I won’t miss Jon Stewart

Stewart and other comedians typify something wrong with satire and discourses on politics that are increasingly viewed as legitimate sources of information.

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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.