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Marc Peters, the newly hired men’s health coordinator, said he encourages male students to be “positive bystanders” against sexual assault.

University News

New hires expand sexual assault policy staff

September 5, 2014 7 comments

Paxson pledged to increase resources for victims of sexual assault in response to campus-wide discourse over University policy last spring.

University News

Corporation discusses sexual assault policies, strategic plan progress

May 26, 2014 2 comments

Sexual assault policies, strategic plan implementation and the proposed Third World Center revamp emerged as key topics at the Corporation’s May meeting.

Along with an ice cream social and a student activities fair, prospective students learned about Brown at Wednesday’s concentration fair.

University News

ADOCH whets admitted students’ appetites for campus life

April 24, 2014 0 comments

The Admission Office welcomed 767 admitted applicants from as far away as Brazil to A Day on College Hill Tuesday.

“Any reasonable person would know that taking eight bananas is not okay,” Gretchen Willis, director of Dining Services, said. “It’s not all you can take, it’s all you can eat.”

University News

BuDS policy week calls attention to eatery theft

April 22, 2014 11 comments

According to signs that appeared in campus dining halls earlier this month, “Take out is in boxes. Not backpacks.”

New Harvest is a hidden Arcade gem for Providence students, local coffee aficionados and new and seasoned whiskey enthusiasts alike.

Arts & Culture

New Harvest crafts expert sweets and sours

April 18, 2014 1 comment

New Harvest Coffee and Spirits’ low-key location inside the Arcade off Westminster Street belies its sophisticated menu and expert service.

Retiring Theater and Performing Arts Professor Lowry Marshall has taught Pulitzer Prize winners and Tony-nominated actors.

Features

TAPS professor takes final bow after 28 years

April 10, 2014 0 comments

Lowry Marshall moved about her cluttered office, highlighting the several photographs and promotional posters that adorn it.

Metro

R.I. lawmakers review eight new bills concerning abortion policy

March 20, 2014 0 comments

Brown students and Rhode Island residents on both sides of the abortion debate descended on the State House March 11.

From left, Jean King, Robin Wellington, Nicole Renaud, Janet Blume and Suzanne DeLaMonte discuss their work in STEM fields.

Science & Research

Panel discusses bias in STEM fields

March 12, 2014 0 comments

Breaking down the barriers that women face in science, technology, engineering and math fields “has to be a movement,” said Jean King.

‘Sign guy’ says goodbye to R.I. following eight years of service

Features

‘Sign guy’ says goodbye to R.I. following eight years of service

March 7, 2014 0 comments

Ivins arrived at the First Baptist Church in America on North Main Street in February 2006 and preached there for eight years before recently retiring.

Stefan Dabroski ’14.5 views portraits of Olneyville residents, part of an exhibit celebrating the Olneyville Housing Corporation’s 25th year.

Arts & Culture

Exhibit spotlights voices of Olneyville

February 28, 2014 0 comments

The photos have a quiet presence, but their subjects, stories and adjoining placards speak loudly.

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