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LGBTQ students note feelings of inadequacy

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LGBTQ students note feelings of inadequacy

April 23, 2015 0 comments
This article is part of the series Spring 2015 Student Polls

A March Herald poll revealed students who identify as LGBTQ experience greater feelings of inadequacy than their counterparts in a variety of categories.

The Mail Services renovation will eliminate the mailbox system and students will be notified by email when they receive letters, Gentry said.

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Mailroom to be renovated by 2016

April 15, 2015 0 comments

The renovations will allow for a high-density system, in which student paper mail is stored together in one location rather than in separate boxes.

Students in INTL 1802: “International Journalism: Foreign Reporting in Practice”  present their articles written on various aspects of Nicaraguan life and culture, which they explored during a spring break class trip.

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Journalism students capture Nicaraguan life

April 9, 2015 1 comment

Students presented their first forays into international reporting as part of their spring break trip to Nicaragua at the Watson Institute Wednesday.

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Six Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship recipients announced

April 2, 2015 0 comments

Zoila Bergeron ’17, Danii Carrasco ’17, Aditya Kumar ’17, Lovinia Reynolds ’17, Hassani Scott ’17 and Phoebe Young ’17 have been awarded Mellon grants.

The Jabberwocks performed up to three times a day while on tour, often drawing large crowds. Some fans returned to their concerts several times or presented the group members with origami hearts, notes and other small gifts, said Jabberwocks member Brendan George ’18.

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Jabberwocks hone musical talents during Hong Kong tour

April 1, 2015 0 comments

On Sunday, the jet-lagged yet appreciative members of the a capella group the Jabberwocks returned from a two-week tour in Hong Kong.

John Dugdale presents a collection of photographs detailing the human condition in a lecture sponsored by the Cogut Center for the Humanities.

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‘I Could Not See to See’ captures artist’s vision

March 12, 2015 1 comment

John Dugdale, a blind photographer, discussed the significance of his photos with regards to the human condition in an event “I Could Not See to See.”

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Brown to offer five online courses this summer

March 10, 2015 4 comments

The School of Professional Studies will offer five online undergrad courses this summer, marking an uptick from last year’s two.

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Campus reacts to new details in Phi Psi case

March 5, 2015 11 comments

As details surrounding the Phi Psi case broke across campus Wednesday, students reacted with frustration at what they perceived as a lack of transparency.

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This Week in Higher Ed: March 4, 2015

March 4, 2015 0 comments

Erskine College clarifies anti-gay statement. UNC reacts to mandated closing of poverty center. Proposed sexual assault bill altered.

1vyG’s first conference featured speakers such as Eric Waldo ‘00, executive director of First Lady Michelle Obama’s Reach Higher Initiative.

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Conference unites first gens to discuss college experience

March 2, 2015 0 comments

Two hundred fifty first-generation college students and 50 university administrators arrived on College Hill Friday for the first 1vyG Conference.