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Articles by Chloe Lutts (57)

Chloe Lutts ’08: The overachiever’s dilemma

February 26, 2008 0 comments

“We find time and we find money for the things we value,” Michael Pollan told a packed Salomon 101 last week. The bestselling author of “The Omnivore’s Dilemma,” Pollan was talking about food, generally, and cooking good food, specifically. His argument was that Americans are suffering from a gross undervaluation of food’s role in our lives.

Providence pioneers municipal ethics legislation

December 5, 2006 0 comments

Providence has become one of the few cities in the country with a municipal ethics code, after the City Council and Mayor David Cicilline ’83 passed legislation in August creating the code and a complementary ethics commission.

Students respond to election results

November 8, 2006 0 comments

Members of the Brown Democrats and the College Republicans gathered at opposite ends of campus last night to watch election results roll in, and the moods in Morriss and Barbour lounges were as different as the two locations are distant.

The Herald’s guide to the 2006 general election

November 7, 2006 0 comments

Students who are at least 18 years of age and registered to vote in Rhode Island are eligible to vote in today’s general election. Voters must have registered at least 30 days prior to Election Day to cast ballots for local races. If registered less than 30 days before Election Day, they are eligible to cast a limited ballot in U.

Alums offer competing plans for Providence in mayoral bids

November 3, 2006 0 comments

This year, Mayor David Cicilline ’83 is making his first bid for re-election since he became mayor in 2002 in the wake of former Mayor Vincent “Buddy” Cianci Jr.’s conviction for racketeering conspiracy.

Roberts ’78 and Centracchio focus on health care in lt. governor’s race

November 1, 2006 0 comments

Democrat Elizabeth Roberts ’78 and her Republican opponent, Reginald Centracchio, have very different, but equally ambitious, plans for the Office of the Lieutenant Governor, which is up for grabs in next week’s election.

Three candidates vie for Ward 1 City Council seat

October 30, 2006 0 comments

Though Seth Yurdin, Democratic candidate for the Ward 1 City Council seat, won every precinct in the September primary, the race is not over yet.

Registered voters few, ballots cast even fewer among 75 Waterman addresses

October 23, 2006 0 comments

As of Friday, 677 Brown students were registered to vote in Rhode Island using their 75 Waterman St. campus box addresses, according to the Office of the Secretary of State.

Hollywood comes to Rhode Island

October 19, 2006 0 comments

A tax credit passed in June 2005 has brought an almost constant stream of movie and TV productions to the Ocean State, and, with them, some Hollywood-sized budgets. Since the legislation was passed last summer, the state has benefited from over $150 million of production-related spending, according to Steven Feinberg, director of the Rhode Island Film and Television Office.

New meal plans well received by students

October 11, 2006 0 comments

The introduction of flexible meal plans has led to an increase in the number of students on meal plan and higher traffic at the Blue Room, according to Ann Hoffman, associate director of Brown Dining Services.