Articles by Chaz Kelsh (58)

Becker ’09, Bell ’10 commence campaigns for UCS presidency

April 7, 2008 Comments are Disabled

As Brian Becker ’09 and Martin Bell ’10 square off for the presidency of the Undergraduate Council of Students in next week’s election, many other positions will go uncontested or empty, with an upcoming referendum holding the future of class representatives in question.

URC elections ongoing, thanks to a maverick

April 3, 2008 Comments are Disabled

While his colleagues were talking, Ryan Lester ’11 was doing.

Student opinion on UCS remains mixed

April 2, 2008 Comments are Disabled

Students still don’t have much of an opinion about the Undergraduate Council of Students, a recent Herald poll found.

J-term for credit heading toward approval

March 31, 2008 Comments are Disabled

As the proposal to offer some January@Brown courses for credit works its way toward official approval, the College Curriculum Council is currently working on a “formal proposal” to the faculty, which still must give its go-ahead to the idea, Dean of the College Katherine Bergeron wrote in an e-mail to The Herald.

UCS may abolish class reps

March 20, 2008 Comments are Disabled

The Undergraduate Council of Students could be reformed through a student body referendum in next month’s election, Clay Wertheimer ’10, at-large representative and chair of the UCS Assessment Task Force, announced at the council’s general body meeting Wednesday evening.

Cuomo goes after U. on credit cards

March 20, 2008 Comments are Disabled

Andrew Cuomo, New York’s attorney general, has subpoenaed Brown for information on its alumni association’s credit card, the University confirmed in a statement Tuesday.

January@Brown will bear half-credit in ’09

March 12, 2008 Comments are Disabled

Correction appended. January@Brown courses may be available for half-credit next year, Dean of the College Katherine Bergeron told The Herald. In last night’s meeting of the Undergraduate Council of Students, it was announced the change was definite, but, according to Bergeron, it’s still under consideration. Bergeron supports this change because […]

Spring Weekend tickets quickly going M.I.A.

March 11, 2008 Comments are Disabled

Two-thirds of the tickets for the Spring Weekend concerts were sold on the first day of sales, easily outpacing last year’s rate, said David Horn ’08, Brown Concert Agency’s booking chair.

Incoming first-years may see rooms in 3-D

March 10, 2008 Comments are Disabled

A Brown student’s business venture could vastly reduce the shock incoming freshmen feel when they see their dorm rooms for the first time.

Liberal bishop to speak about abortion

March 5, 2008 Comments are Disabled

John Shelby Spong, a retired Episcopal bishop from Newark, N.J., whose traditionally liberal views have often ruffled feathers among Christians, will speak here later this month about his views on abortion, after Students for Choice secured funding from the Kaleidoscope Fund and a national advocacy organization to bring him to campus.