Kasturi Pananjady is the editor-in-chief and vice president of The Herald’s 128th editorial board. A comparative literature concentrator from Bangalore, India, Kasturi has previously interned for The Wire and The Hindu. Outside the office, she can be found reenacting stories from her semester abroad in painful detail, or singing with her a capella group while wearing mismatched socks.

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Mock cancels lecture amid student protest

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Mock cancels lecture amid student protest

March 17, 2016 0 comments

Janet Mock, a black, native Hawaiian trans woman and activist, announced Wednesday morning that she had canceled her campus talk, “Redefining Realness.”

Fifty-nine percent of the Brown University Security Patrolpersons’ Association members voted on the state of DPS leadership. Of those voting, 87.5 percent voted “no confidence.”

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Brown fires DPS officer for misconduct

March 9, 2016 0 comments

The DPS officer accused of assaulting a visiting Dartmouth student participating in the Latinx Ivy League Conference in November has been fired.

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Financial stress strains student involvement in theater

March 9, 2016 0 comments

Kym Moore said “As theater-makers, we need to break apart the notion of theater as being ‘theat-ah’ and make it just about going to see a show.”

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Community members gather for Fort Wayne vigil

March 3, 2016 0 comments

Shivering students gathered Wednesday on the Faunce steps for an evening of prayer and reflection.

Faculty and staff members participate in a diversity and inclusion workshop. Despite being optional, the training program received a large turnout, with some audience members sitting on the floor.

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Brown hosts diversity, inclusion workshops

February 24, 2016 0 comments

Following the release of the Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan, the University hosted its first series of diversity training workshops Tuesday.

“I see the hijab as a feminist symbol as well as an expression of my faith,” Amara Majeed ’19 said. The Hijab Project, founded by Majeed, aims to raise awareness about the female Muslim experience.

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Q&A: Amara Majeed ’19 talks Islamophobia, sexism

February 19, 2016 0 comments

Amara Majeed ’19 was interviewed by “Good Morning America” anchor Amy Robach last week for her #GirlPower series.

Shreena Thakore ’17.5 (left) and Ria Vaidya ’16 (right) conduct one of their workshops on gender equality, aiming to engage students across India.

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No Country for Women breaks rape culture barriers

February 3, 2016 0 comments

Sixteen months ago, Shreena Thakore ’17.5 was about to embark on what she thought would be a semester conducting gender discrimination workshops in India.

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CareerCon offers students mentorship, connections

February 1, 2016 0 comments

“Why did I come back to Brown?” Camela Logan ’07 mused during a CareerCon lunch mixer Saturday in the Faculty Lounge.

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‘Kill Wilson’ demonstrates Wilson’s poor accessibility

December 4, 2015 0 comments
This article is part of the series Pathology to Power

Students in the course, “Pathology to Power,” challenged students without disabilities to enter Wilson Hall using a wheelchair or a pair of crutches.

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‘Grading the Green’ assesses accessibility of campus buildings

December 2, 2015 0 comments
This article is part of the series Pathology to Power

Students from put up posters ranking the accessibility of buildings on the Main Green as part of their final project called “Grading the Green” last Monday.

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