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A lens into Olneyville’s community

October 15, 2009 0 comments

Two large display windows look out onto Olneyville Square from a red brick building. It used to be a public library, but the building has since been transformed into Dirt Palace, a self-described “feminist art collective.”

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Artists chalk out dragons, legends

September 28, 2009 0 comments

With smudges on his nose and green chalk covering his hands and knees, Daniel Valmas ’11 hurried to put the finishing touches on his painting. Using his fingers, Valmas blended green into the street, creating the background of a scene highlighted by a jellyfish’s hot pink tentacles slicing across the deep blue and green of an octopus.

Lagos probes government’s place in crisis

September 17, 2009 0 comments

Watson Institute’s Joukowsky Forum overflowed Wednesday afternoon during former Chilean President Ricardo Lagos’s lecture, “Coming Through Crisis: A New Economic Model Emerges in Latin America.” Lagos discussed how Latin America can best learn from and respond to the current global economic crisis.

Commencement 2009

‘Internationalization’ slowly gets defined

May 21, 2009 0 comments

With three years down, one to go in her Brown education, Samira Thomas ’10 has a specific goal set for next year: a thesis on the redevelopment of post-conflict cities with an emphasis on Kabul, Afghanistan. But until this year, Thomas said she had few opportunities to pursue her concentration, Urban Studies, in any perspective other than a Western one.

Commencement 2009, University News

‘Internationalization’ slowly gets defined

May 21, 2009 0 comments

With three years down, one to go in her Brown education, Samira Thomas ’10 has a specific goal set for next year: a thesis on the redevelopment of post-conflict cities with an emphasis on Kabul, Afghanistan. But until this year, Thomas said she had few opportunities to pursue her concentration, Urban Studies, in any perspective other than a Western one.

Homeless, advocates demand share of stimulus package

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Homeless, advocates demand share of stimulus package

April 3, 2009 0 comments

A crowd of nearly 200 people gathered in the State House rotunda Thursday afternoon, calling for legislators to use federal stimulus money to help those who have lost their homes due to foreclosure, eviction or job loss. The rally was organized by 10 groups, including non-profit organizations such as the Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless and Housing Opportunities for People Everywhere, a student organization at Brown that works with the homeless community.

Q&A with Romano Prodi

March 31, 2009 0 comments

Before his lecture Monday, Romano Prodi, former prime minister of Italy and professor-at-large at the Watson Institute for International Studies, sat down with The Herald to talk about a variety of topics, including his love for teaching, his view of President Obama’s administration and his thoughts on Europe’s future.

Former Italian P.M. discusses Europe’s future

March 31, 2009 0 comments

For Europe to emerge as a stronger player in the global arena today, countries within the European Union must push for greater cooperation, flexibility and unity, former Prime Minister of Italy Romano Prodi told a packed Salomon 101 Monday afternoon.

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Students support ‘Fall Weekend’

March 30, 2009 0 comments
This article is part of the series Herald Poll

More than two-thirds of Brown undergraduates favor changing the name of “Columbus Day” on the University calendar, according to a Herald poll conducted earlier this month.

Roose’s biblical ruse leads to book

March 19, 2009 0 comments

Three years into his time at Brown, Kevin Roose ‘09.5 has already written for national publications such as Esquire and SPIN. But Roose is heading into uncharted territory, even for him, with the release of his first book next Thursday.

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