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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MIT administration authorized donations from Epstein

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MIT administration authorized donations from Epstein

September 13, 2019 0 comments

Peter Cohen wrote in a statement to The Herald that the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s central administration had complete knowledge of and authorized policies that allowed the Media Lab to receive financial donations from the late financier Jeffrey Epstein.

University administrator with ties to Jeffrey Epstein placed on leave

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University administrator with ties to Jeffrey Epstein placed on leave

September 9, 2019 0 comments

The University has placed Director of Development for Computer and Data Science Initiatives Peter Cohen on administrative leave following reports that he helped secure money from Jeffrey Epstein

Paul Shanley, Deputy Chief of Police at the Department of Public Safety and decorated officer, is remembered by both his family and Chief of Police Mark Porter for his lifelong dedication to his community.

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Paul Shanley, DPS deputy chief of police, dies at 61

September 5, 2019 0 comments

Paul Shanley, Deputy Chief of Police at the Department of Public Safety, passed away August 19 at the age of 61 after an eight-month battle with a rare form of bone cancer.

University concerns prompt Sigma Chi fraternity to lose housing privileges

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University concerns prompt Sigma Chi fraternity to lose housing privileges

July 22, 2019 0 comments

Earlier this month, the Student Activities Office revoked Sigma Chi’s housing privileges for the upcoming academic year.

University releases third annual DIAP progress report

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University releases third annual DIAP progress report

May 25, 2019 0 comments

Earlier this month, the University published its third annual report on progress made toward goals established in its 2016 Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan.

Historic Parisian monument erupted in flames yesterday, destroying the cathedral’s spire and two-thirds of the roof. Students in Paris and on College Hill reacted to the tragic event and reflected on the state of affairs in Paris.

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Students across globe lament tragedy in Paris

April 16, 2019 0 comments

As flames marred the historic and renowned Notre-Dame Cathedral Monday, causing its iconic spire to collapse, University students in Paris and on College Hill watched the destruction unfold with sorrow and disbelief.

Local Providence public school students gathered at the 15th annual Providence Princess event, where over 200 students took home dresses.

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Providence Princess Prom donates dresses

April 8, 2019 0 comments

Mary Breen, a senior at Classical High School, exited the dressing room and twirled, gliding in a long white prom dress with blue and silver stones and a delicate flower print curling up the right side of the skirt.

Paxson defended her position on divestment at Tuesday’s meeting.  Faculty also voted to recommend a petition process for early graduation.

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Faculty recommend eliminating payment-based early graduation

April 3, 2019 0 comments

Faculty passed a motion recommending the Corporation revise current policies regarding degree requirements, including eliminating payment-based accelerated graduation, during the faculty meeting Tuesday.

Panelists discussed the importance of sustainable farming and criticized the state’s partnership with Infinity Meats Solutions, LLC, at an event on March 21 organized by Mighty Earth Rhode Island.

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Panelists advocate for local farming

April 2, 2019 0 comments

If there’s one thing Mark Phillips, a local farmer, knows best, it’s how to grow a head of lettuce. As a hydroponic farmer, he uses a nutrient-dense solution, which allows him to yield more produce with less water and fertilizer than typical farming methods.

98 percent of medical students match with residency programs

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98 percent of medical students match with residency programs

March 20, 2019 0 comments

Amid a flurry of red, white and brown balloons, fourth-year Alpert Medical School students tore open bright red envelopes on Friday to discover which residency programs they would be attending.

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