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Senior Orators: Michelle Bailhe

May 21, 2015 0 comments
This article is part of the series Commencement Magazine 2015

For Michelle Bailhe, a Brown education is not about racking up accomplishments but rather about learning how to question.

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Bailhe ’15, Johnson ’15 named commencement speakers

April 30, 2015 8 comments

Michelle Bailhe ’15 and Lucas Johnson ’15 have been selected as the student speakers for the 2015 commencement ceremony.

A mozzarella stretching demonstration from Narragansett Creamery took place at the Sharpe Refectory Wednesday as part of an Earth Day dinner that emphasized  Dining Services’ local and sustainable food initiatives.

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Earth Week plants seeds of change

April 23, 2015 0 comments

As students enjoy the sunny weather, Earth Week aims to celebrate sustainability efforts at Brown and educate community members about how to contribute.

Though the three-week program for high school students garnered praise from participants, its enrollment was consistently lower than that of Brown’s other international pre-college programs in Italy, Spain and Costa Rica.

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Greek pre-college program put on hold

April 7, 2015 1 comment

A Brown-sponsored pre-college summer program on the Greek island Naxos has been “paused” due to low enrollment.

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Students call for greater mental health resources

April 2, 2015 8 comments

Students suggested expanding the U.’s mental health resources in the wake of the death of Hyoun Ju Sohn GS Tuesday at an open forum Wed. hosted by UCS.

University’s female leadership a symbolic win, but practical results hazy

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University’s female leadership a symbolic win, but practical results hazy

April 1, 2015 1 comment
This article is part of the series 1,000 Days: Paxson's Path

Brown is the only Ivy League school where both the president and the provost, the two highest-ranking administrators for academic operations, are women.

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Today in University History: St. Patrick’s Day

March 18, 2015 0 comments

The Herald digs into its archives to uncover past incidents and celebrations Brown students have been involved with on March 17 — St. Patrick’s Day.

Protesters held slips of paper with the message: “We especially hope to draw attention to the way influence and money obstructed justice for the two women who were given date rape drugs at Brown. #MoneyTalksAtBrown.”

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Students protest at women leaders panel

March 6, 2015 9 comments

Students protested the University’s handling of cases surrounding the alleged drugging of two female students and sexual assault of one at a panel March 5.

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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.

Under the new policy, all members of Greek organizations who are found responsible for sexual misconduct will be expelled from their fraternities or sororities and removed from Wriston Quadrangle.

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Greek system alters sexual misconduct policy

March 4, 2015 4 comments

Within the next two weeks, all members of Greek organizations will sign a new zero-tolerance sexual misconduct policy mandating yearly bystander training.