Celia Hack is a videographer and senior staff writer for the College Hill and the East Side beat at the Herald. She is a freshman from a suburb outside of Kansas City, Kansas, and she cherishes the peculiarity of being a Midwesterner at Brown. When she’s not working for the Herald, she’s spending hours at the SciLi, either doing homework or wondering why the ‘expert’ level of sudoku is so much more difficult than the ‘hard’.

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Office of Residential Life understaffed

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Office of Residential Life understaffed

September 4, 2018 0 comments

Three community directors in the Office of Residential Life have resigned this summer, leaving two supervisors with the primary responsibility of overseeing and training this year’s 137 Residential Peer Leaders, according to Mary Grace Almandrez, dean of students and acting senior director of ResLife.

U. reaches agreement with Partners, Care New England

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U. reaches agreement with Partners, Care New England

August 28, 2018 0 comments

The memorandum stated that Brown’s president will sit on the CNE Board of Directors and the dean of the Med School will sit on any subcommittees of the board if the merger goes through.

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Partners HealthCare, Care New England settle on merger plan

June 2, 2018 0 comments

Following Partner HealthCare’s and Care New England’s definitive agreement to merge May 23, President Christina Paxson P’19, previously a vocal critic of the merger, stated in a press release that she was “optimistic” about the acquisition deal.

Lexi Lerner ’18 MD’23, left, and Naomi Chasek-Macfoy ’18, right, will deliver the commencement speeches at the 250th Commencement ceremony on the Main Green May 27.

Senior orators: Naomi Chasek-Macfoy ’18, Lexi Lerner ’18 MD’23

May 25, 2018 0 comments

For the past three years, Naomi Chasek-Macfoy ’18 has retold the story of the 1968 black student walkout as a workshop facilitator for the Third World Transition Program.

Offshore wind farms concern fisherpeople

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Offshore wind farms concern fisherpeople

April 25, 2018 0 comments

When Greg Mataronas steams out of Narragansett Bay as early as 3 a.m., he is headed for grounds he knew as an eight-year-old.

22 percent of students call home at least once a day

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22 percent of students call home at least once a day

April 20, 2018 0 comments

When Alexis Jackson ’21 left her family in Ohio and arrived on College Hill, she felt overwhelmed by the jarringly difficult pre-med classes.

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Film discusses Rosa Parks House

April 15, 2018 0 comments

A documentary screened as part of the first annual Rhode Island Black Film Festival yesterday sparked conversation about the reconstruction of a house in which Rosa Parks once lived that is currently located in Providence.

Deborah DeBare ’83, the new senior deputy director at the NNEDV, began her work on the issue of domestic violence while she was studying at Brown.

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Brown alum to fight domestic violence at national level

April 8, 2018 0 comments

The National Network to End Domestic Violence has hired Deborah DeBare ’83 as its new senior deputy director. She has served as the executive director of the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence for 23 years.

Brown, Trinity MFA Program focuses on diversity, equity

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Brown, Trinity MFA Program focuses on diversity, equity

March 18, 2018 0 comments

The student’s common space for the Brown University/Trinity Repertory Program is vaguely reminiscent of a college dorm, with pale blue lockers lining two parallel hallways and a nondescript and homey eating area in between.

The Nash Family Foundation gave the University $45,000 to transport a house belonging to Rosa Parks’ brother from Germany to Providence.

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Rosa Parks exhibition canceled

March 15, 2018 0 comments

The University canceled the planned exhibition of a house connected to Rosa Parks March 8, citing a “dispute” over the house that is independent of the University, wrote Director of News and Editorial Development Brian Clark in an email to The Herald.

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