Dylan Clark

Section Editor

Dylan Clark is a senior staff writer for the politics and policy beat. He is a sophomore from Naples, Florida and is concentrating in political science. He has an unhealthy obsession with dogs and mint Oreo's. When he's not at The Herald, he's keeping an eye out for a good dad hat to add to his collection.

Articles by Dylan Clark (34)

Yesterday’s documentary screening of “Rigged” spotlighted how conservative politicians have drawn electoral districts to benefit Republican candidates.

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‘Rigged: the Voter Suppression Playbook’ examines voting laws, gerrymandering

October 18, 2019 0 comments

Community members filed into Stephen Robert ’62 Hall for a showing and panel discussion of the documentary “Rigged: the Voter Suppression Playbook” Thursday.

Rev’d plans to incentivize student membership by offering discount packages to University students, which will be announced soon.

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Rev’d Cycling studio to open on Thayer St

September 20, 2019 0 comments

Thayer Street will become home to the Ocean State’s first Rev’d Indoor Cycling spin studio by the end of this year. The studio will occupy the space above Berks Shoes and Clothing, which was filled by Shanghai Restaurant until early 2018.

Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza endorsed Pete Buttigieg, mayor of South Bend, Indiana, for president of the United States.

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Elorza endorses Pete Buttigieg for president

September 19, 2019 0 comments

Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza joined nearly 60 current and former mayors nationwide to endorse Pete Buttigieg, mayor of South Bend, Indiana, for president.

The Brown Democrats hosted a watch party for the third Democratic Presidential Debate last night in the Salomon Center. Of the 20 candidates in the race, the top 10 in national polls participated in the debate.

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Brown Dems throw watch party for presidential debate

September 13, 2019 0 comments

When moderators introduced Andrew Yang ’96 during the third Democratic Presidential Debate last night, Salomon Center erupted into raucous cheers.

Metro Roundup, Sept. 12

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Metro Roundup, Sept. 12

September 12, 2019 0 comments

Interim Providence Superintendent Frances Gallo spent nearly $200,000 on the inspirational book “Shoot Your Shot: A Sport-Inspired Guide To Living Your Best Life” to distribute to all middle and high school students this month before asking educators to pause the use of the book in class, according to the Boston Globe.

Providence residents gained 5G cell phone service this summer. The introduction of 5G has been a source of tension for cities nationwide over concerns of bandwith overload.

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Verizon brings 5G cell phone technology to Providence, College Hill

September 11, 2019 0 comments

Providence became one of the latest cities to gain 5G cell phone service this summer, providing faster upload and download speeds for customers with 5G-enabled phones in select areas of the city, including Federal Hill and College Hill.

Metro Roundup, summer edition

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Metro Roundup, summer edition

September 4, 2019 1 comment

At the State House: What Passed, and What Didn’t

Providence Public School lunches lack halal options

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Providence Public School lunches lack halal options

April 25, 2019 1 comment

Though Providence Public Schools serve lunch to tens of thousands of students each year, not every student can look forward to a school-provided meal.

Rep. Cicilline ’83 adds to national voter registration bill

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Rep. Cicilline ’83 adds to national voter registration bill

April 3, 2019 0 comments

The U.S. House of Representatives passed sweeping voting reform legislation last month with the “For the People Act,” which would institute voting reforms at the federal level. 

Board of Elections proposes solution to last-minute voting

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Board of Elections proposes solution to last-minute voting

April 2, 2019 0 comments

The Rhode Island Board of Elections is expecting an overwhelming number of emergency mail ballots — maybe more than it can handle — during the next general election.