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Articles by Jordan Allums (6)

Allums ’21: Is it always a privilege to travel for spring break?

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Allums ’21: Is it always a privilege to travel for spring break?

April 5, 2019 0 comments

Based on the Instagram feeds of countless Brown students, it seemed as if many of us dispersed to one of three locations for spring break: Spain, Mexico or California.

Allums ’21: The fate of abortion rights in Rhode Island

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Allums ’21: The fate of abortion rights in Rhode Island

March 13, 2019 0 comments

Given the conservative-leaning U.S. Supreme Court and unclear fate of Roe v. Wade, the fight to protect a woman’s right to abortion continues to be waged at the federal level and in Rhode Island.

Allums ’21: Who is the ‘we’ in WE@Brown?

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Allums ’21: Who is the ‘we’ in WE@Brown?

February 22, 2019 10 comments

From Feb. 7 until the 9, I had the pleasure of representing Brown at the 24th Annual Black Solidarity Conference sponsored by Yale. Hundreds of black undergraduate students gathered to attend workshops, network and foster connections with one another.

Allums ’21: Is the Brown Promise enough?

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Allums ’21: Is the Brown Promise enough?

November 27, 2018 0 comments

Fall semester at Brown has invited the usual wave of prospective students crowding the entrance of the Stephen Robert ‘62 Campus Center before they embark on one of the highly recommended campus tours.

Allums ’21: After November 6th

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Allums ’21: After November 6th

November 8, 2018 0 comments

In the midst of countless Brown students eagerly mailing their absentee ballots to their home states, the energy surrounding the midterm elections these past few weeks has been palpable.

Allums ’21: MPC Workshop “Are You Problematic?” is for all of us

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Allums ’21: MPC Workshop “Are You Problematic?” is for all of us

October 22, 2018 0 comments

A few weeks ago, a group of Minority Peer Counselors hosted one of several planned workshops designed to address issues facing racial and ethnic minorities at Brown.