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Zimmerman ’15, Duncan ’16, Culhane ’15, Bustos ’16: Why is Brown greenwashing tear gas and rubber bullets?

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Zimmerman ’15, Duncan ’16, Culhane ’15, Bustos ’16: Why is Brown greenwashing tear gas and rubber bullets?

February 7, 2018 0 comments

Among the scientists, environmentalists and investors on the advisory council of the Institute at Brown for Environment and Society sits Warren Kanders ’79.

Fitzpatrick ’20: Marching toward a better movement

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Fitzpatrick ’20: Marching toward a better movement

February 4, 2018 0 comments

Last week, thousands gathered on the Smithsonian Mall for the second Women’s March on Washington, commemorating the one-year anniversary of both Trump’s presidency and the record-breaking day of protest that followed.

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You ’20, Kim ’18: In support of undocumented Asian immigrants

February 2, 2018 0 comments

National media attention surrounding the issue of immigration has largely centered on President Trump’s derision of  “bad hombres” from “shithole countries” — specifically those from Latin America.

Hood ’17.5: Don’t invite Chelsea Manning to Brown

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Hood ’17.5: Don’t invite Chelsea Manning to Brown

January 26, 2018 0 comments

Matthew Ricci GS and Babak Hemmatian Borujeni GS published an op-ed in The Herald asking that Brown University and the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs offer Chelsea Manning — a former Army intelligence analyst responsible for the 2010 leak of government documents — a Visiting Fellow position.

Ricci GS, Hemmatian Borujeni GS: Invite Chelsea Manning to Watson

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Ricci GS, Hemmatian Borujeni GS: Invite Chelsea Manning to Watson

January 24, 2018 0 comments

Dear Director Edward Steinfeld: On Sept. 15, Dean Douglas Elmendorf of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government rescinded his invitation to Chelsea Manning to be a Visiting Fellow.

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Pichardo ’20: Do you know where the homeless people are?

December 7, 2017 0 comments

Last week, the streets of Providence were especially empty.

Savello ’18: Calling out catcalling

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Savello ’18: Calling out catcalling

December 3, 2017 0 comments

About a year ago, while I was walking down Thayer Street one afternoon, a man told me he liked my dress.

Maier-Katkin ’18: A reflection on the sale of WBRU-FM

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Maier-Katkin ’18: A reflection on the sale of WBRU-FM

November 27, 2017 0 comments

“Strategic Options” was the title of a document I was given by my predecessor shortly after being elected general manager of 95.5 WBRU-FM.

Metz ’20: Sen. Al Franken: Step down

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Metz ’20: Sen. Al Franken: Step down

November 26, 2017 0 comments

Far too many on the left — including some of those who most vehemently condemned Moore — have remained silent when asked about Franken.

Overall ’19: Confronting the exclusivity of study abroad

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Overall ’19: Confronting the exclusivity of study abroad

November 12, 2017 0 comments

In the final days of my sophomore winter break, I decided I wanted to study abroad.