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Articles by Anica Green (24)

Compost bins placed in Andrews Commons last year increased rates of recycling and decreased the amount of waste going into landfills when the containment rate remained below 25 percent.

University News

Andrews Commons composting program sees uncertain future

September 17, 2015 Comments are Disabled

The University has discontinued the composting program in Andrews Commons following the end of the pilot program last semester.

Mail Services streamlines operations, revamps look

University News

Mail Services streamlines operations, revamps look

September 13, 2015 2 comments

The mailroom was renovated this summer, consolidating package delivery into a single location and digitizing the pick-up process for both mail and packages.

Students wearing T-shirts that read “not on our campus” came together to participate in a march on the Main Green Sunday organized by Stand Up!, a group aiming to prevent sexual assault on campus.

University News

Activists march for sexual assault awareness

April 12, 2015 5 comments

About 40 students converged on the Main Green Sunday to raise awareness about sexual assault at Brown in the second annual March Against Sexual Assault.

Science & Research

Brown-Carnegie Mellon study explores evidence of dark matter

April 2, 2015 2 comments

“Right now as we speak, there are 10,000 dark matter particles going through your body per second,” said Savvas Koushiappas, assistant professor of physics.

Trinity Repertory Company has completed its Theater for Every Generation campaign, which will allow the company to expand its programs. Over six years, the company surpassed its fundraising goal by $100,000.

Arts & Culture

Trinity Rep fundraising supports community

March 11, 2015 Comments are Disabled

“There was not a dry eye in the house — it was so moving and so phenomenal,” said Kathy Calnan, director of development for Trinity Repertory Company.

Representatives from the State House and R.I. universities have been working together to develop a bill that gives victims greater autonomy.


Sexual assault legislation under revision after community feedback

March 11, 2015 2 comments

The legislation is currently in the committee stage and will likely undergo significant changes before it reaches a vote.

Facilitators for the Sexual Health Awareness Group led the icebreaker of a workshop discussing BDSM in the context of safety and consent.

University News

BDSM workshop emphasizes consent

February 26, 2015 4 comments

Podophilia, or foot fetishism, is the most common type of fetish. This was the first of many sex-related facts presented at a BDSM workshop hosted by SHAG.

University News

Felon arrested for alum assault

February 24, 2015 1 comment

A man suspected to have assaulted a Brown alum last Wednesday night has been apprehended by the Providence Police Department.

The Providence Children’s Film Festival will screen at four key locations: the Granoff Center for the Creative and Performing Arts, the Avon, The Wheeler School, and RISD’s Metcalf Auditorium, pictured above.

Arts & Culture

Festival fast-forwards childrens’ ability to appreciate film

February 20, 2015 Comments are Disabled

On a snowy Tuesday afternoon, a drab conference room was lit up by the excitement and laughter of three 8-year-olds animatedly chatting.

If passed, a bill would grant terminally ill Rhode Islanders access to experimental drugs that are in their final test phase.


Bill would let terminally ill access experimental drugs

February 13, 2015 Comments are Disabled

A “right to try” bill introduced to the General Assembly proposes giving terminally ill patients access to experimental drugs not yet approved by the FDA.

Multimedia by Anica Green (1)