Eduard is a Senior Staff Writer for the News section of the Brown Daily Herald, who covers the Undergraduate Council of Students (UCS) and the Undergraduate Finance Board (UFB). He is also the BDH’s assistant design editor and fences foil on the Brown Fencing Team. Eduard grew up in New York City, but recently moved to Barcelona, Spain.

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UCS passes Campus Consent Bill

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UCS passes Campus Consent Bill

January 26, 2017 0 comments

In a unanimous vote, the Undergraduate Council of Students passed the Campus Consent Bill at the council’s general body meeting Wednesday night.

Computer science professor advises Vietnamese government

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Computer science professor advises Vietnamese government

November 29, 2016 0 comments

Cybersecurity expert and Professor of Computer Science John Savage recently traveled to Vietnam where he conversed with business and political leaders

The Office of Residential Life shifted the off-campus lottery timeline, instituting three lotteries — one in September, one in November and one in January — so students can re-apply to live off-campus if they do not initially receive off-campus permission.

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Off-campus housing in high demand, complicated by lottery process

November 16, 2016 0 comments

As sophomores and juniors seek housing off campus for next fall, the Office of Residential Life has shifted the lottery system for rising juniors.

While a student at Brown, Pell ’96 concentrated in English. She will lead the number-one private school in the state starting in July 2017.

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Alum named head of Wheeler School

October 28, 2016 0 comments

Allison Gaines Pell ’96 will take the helm at The Wheeler School as its next Head of School, Wheeler announced Oct. 14.

Will Murphy ’17 and Yale student Derek Lo co-founded Py, an educational mobile app that offers courses on various coding languages, as well as subjects in the sciences and humanities. The app is geared to retain learners through its game-like platform and has received raving reviews so far.

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Murphy ’17 co-develops new app to teach programming

October 18, 2016 0 comments

Massive Open Online Courses, frequently called MOOCs, overwhelmingly fail to retain the vast majority of people who enroll in them, said Will Murphy ’17.

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DPS report reveals decrease in crime

October 7, 2016 0 comments

An annual security report released by the Department of Public Safety last week charted several notable trends in campus crime from the last three years.

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