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Articles by Chelsea Rudman (16)

Chelsea Rudman ’08: Religion’s not psychotic, so stop sneering

March 2, 2007 0 comments

In his Feb. 1 column “Democrats, Republicans and the Jews,” Benjamin Bright ’07 espoused, in an offhand remark, the one form of prejudice that is tolerated and even commended at Brown.

Storage vouchers will be distributed through lottery

April 24, 2006 0 comments

Beginning sometime this week, the Office of Residential Life and the Undergraduate Council of Students will offer summer storage vouchers from Smart Movers, the Woburn, Mass.-based shipping and storage firm that offered last year’s vouchers.

Critical Review labors against critical problems

March 14, 2006 0 comments

Seven years since it faced a budget cut of nearly 60 percent, the Critical Review still struggles to increase visibility for the print version of its publication and is hindered by low response rates to its questionnaires.

SSDP aids campaign to win voting rights for ex-felons

February 14, 2006 0 comments

The Rhode Island Right to Vote Campaign, led by the Family Life Center and supported by Brown’s Students for Sensible Drug Policy, is working hard to convince Rhode Islanders that extending voting rights to ex-felons will benefit communities and underscore the state’s commitment to civil rights.

High textbook prices spark debate as students seek out alternatives

February 3, 2006 0 comments

As shopping period ends, Brown students settle into their new schedules, catch up on missed work and line up to pay hundreds of dollars for increasingly expensive textbooks.

Brown and RISD filmmakers meld aerobic workout and political message

November 14, 2005 0 comments

Watch out, President Bush. “The Beat Back Bush Workout” is warning you – you better be ready to be danced on!

RISD team shows off innovations in Solar Decathlon

October 18, 2005 0 comments

In the largest-scale competition the energy-efficient home design team has participated in to date, the RISD SOLAR team took 16th place out of 18 at the second Solar Decathlon on the National Mall in Washington Friday. Attributing its disappointing score to a lack of funds, manpower and experience, the RISD team, which included several Brown students, nonetheless celebrated the innovations of its solar-powered house as well as its participation in RISD’s first national contest.

Across the Ivies, pay, conditions vary for student workers

October 5, 2005 0 comments

Entry-level student workers at Yale University can expect to make $3 per hour more and work an average of 3 hours per week less than their counterparts at Brown. Meanwhile, first-years on work-study at Princeton University have no choice in the jobs they receive. Although student employment is a common feature across the Ivy League, the jobs students hold, hours they work and wages they receive vary widely from school to school.

NASA collaboration a stellar opportunity for Head’s students

September 28, 2005 0 comments

In the past few years, Brown geology students have met professional astronauts, directed satellite cameras above Jupiter and its moons and traveled to Antarctica, thanks to federal funding.

Solar System

April 8, 2005 0 comments

The RISD SOLAR team will officially begin building its solar house in three weeks, but some construction at South Water Street began Tuesday with the erection of five “Shadow Pavilions” by groups of students in RISD’s architectural design class.

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