Kyle Borowski is currently a senior staff writer for the Herald on the Politics and Policy beat. A freshman, Kyle is undeclared but is assured that his ultimate concentration will be anything but economics. He hails from New Jersey and despite the inclement weather he faced there is still worried about facing his first winter in Providence. He hopes that like with all other things, episodes of Gilmore Girls and Broad City will get him through it.

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Student sustains minor injuries in attempted robbery

November 21, 2016 0 comments

A student was accosted in an attempted robbery Friday, according to a community-wide email from the Department of Public Safety.

“How Race Matters in College Academic Performance,” a lecture by Douglas Massey, professor of sociology at Princeton, is the third installment of the eight-part Diversity and Inclusion Lecture Series.

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Princeton sociologist discusses stereotype threat

November 18, 2016 0 comments

Douglas Massey, professor of sociology at Princeton, gave a lecture Thursday about the implications of stereotyping on academic performance.

Mayor Jorge Elorza addresses a  crowd of nearly 1,000 concerned community members in the Hope High school cafeteria after election.

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Community members meet to reject hate

November 14, 2016 0 comments

The halls of Hope High School were silent Saturday night, save for the occasional echo of applause emanating from a packed school cafeteria.

Students, community members march in opposition to Trump

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Students, community members march in opposition to Trump

November 11, 2016 0 comments

Protests in opposition to the unexpected election of President-elect Donald Trump have sprouted up in cities across the nation since his victory Tuesday.

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Blyth, Schiller dissect results of election

November 10, 2016 0 comments

In the wake of last night’s electoral surprise, Wendy Schiller and Mark Blyth gave a post-mortem at the Watson Institute.

The Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs held a panel with Adjuct Lecturer of International and Public Affairs Richard Arenberg and Professor of International Relations Rose McDermott.

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Brown community shaken by Trump win

November 9, 2016 0 comments

After more than a year of partisan squabbling, scandals and pundit-baffling surprises, the election that once seemed to be never-ending has ended.

Paxson’s approval ratings improve from spring

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Paxson’s approval ratings improve from spring

November 9, 2016 0 comments

With four years under her belt, President Christina Paxson P’19 has faced a great deal in her short time at Brown.

DPS seeks to better diversity, community outreach efforts

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DPS seeks to better diversity, community outreach efforts

November 1, 2016 0 comments

Police departments nationwide have come under fire in recent years for failing to represent the communities they police.

Protestors gathered Saturday to signal disapproval of plans to renovate Kennedy Plaza that would affect homeless people living downtown.

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Advocates for homeless protest in Burnside Park

October 17, 2016 0 comments

October marks the fifth anniversary of the Occupy Providence movement, a protest that saw hundreds of the city’s residents gather in Burnside Park.

Prov. council president accused of violating campaign finance regulations

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Prov. council president accused of violating campaign finance regulations

October 14, 2016 0 comments

Luis Aponte, president of the Providence City Council, stands accused of illegally diverting assets from his campaign fund for personal use.

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