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Colleen Cronin

Editor-in-Chief

Colleen serves as a the Editor-in-Chief and President of the Brown Daily Herald. She is a senior from Cape Cod concentrating in English, on the non-fiction track. If she isn't at The Herald, you might find Colleen studying at the Rock or drinking Dunks ice coffee.

Articles by Colleen Cronin (42)

The COVID Pod with Dr. Ashish Jha: Vaccine Trials, Group Gatherings and Flu Shots

COVID-19 Updates, News, Podcasts

The COVID Pod with Dr. Ashish Jha: Vaccine Trials, Group Gatherings and Flu Shots

October 18, 2020 0 comments

In the inaugural episode of “The COVID Pod with Ashish Jha,” The Brown Daily Herald’s Editor-in-Chief Colleen Cronin ’21 joins Dean of the School of Public Health Ashish Jha to discuss the national news surrounding ongoing vaccine trials, President Donald Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis and the risk of group gatherings.

Stop & Shop responded to striker criticism of proposals during contract negotiations with statements and a “myth versus  fact” sheet.

Metro, News

Stop & Shop employees end strike

April 22, 2019 Comments are Disabled

Stop & Shop and 31,000 of its New England employees entered a tentative contract agreement Sunday night after ten days of picketing with community support but without pay.

The Rhode Island State House is considering a bill written by University students in the Brown Institute for Policy. The bill would mandate that teachers in the state undergo first aid and CPR training.

Metro, News

Proposed bill mandates first-aid training for teachers

April 11, 2019 Comments are Disabled

The Rhode Island State House is currently considering a bill written by University students that would mandate basic first aid and CPR training for all teachers in the state.The House Committee on Health, Education and Welfare heard the bill and referred it for further study Monday evening.

Wow Air cancelled all flights indefinitely, stranding passengers including multiple Brown students.

Metro, News

Wow Air strands spring breakers

April 1, 2019 Comments are Disabled

When Hans Lei ’21 and Hyun Choi ’21 woke up Thursday morning in Iceland, they had plans to spend their last days of spring break seeing glaciers and ice caves before heading back to Providence the following Saturday.

Athletic Director Jack Hayes offered Gordon Ernst ’89, a Division I tennis coach recently indicted in the national college admissions scandal, the head coaching position for men’s tennis in 2016.

News, Sports, University News

University offered coaching position to alum indicted in admissions scandal

March 20, 2019 3 comments

Gordon Ernst ’89, a Division I tennis coach recently indicted in the national college admissions scandal, was offered the head coaching position for Brown’s men’s tennis team in 2016 while federal authorities allege he was accepting millions of dollars in bribes as a coach at Georgetown University.

Metro Roundup, March 13

Metro, News

Metro Roundup, March 13

March 13, 2019 Comments are Disabled

R.I. state colleges experience decline in enrollment Rhode Island’s public university and colleges have seen a decline in enrollment, according to the New England Board of Higher Education, the Associated Press reported.

University ends Advancement Office support for private events

News, University News

University ends Advancement Office support for private events

February 27, 2019 1 comment

President Christina Paxson P’19 denied knowledge of University involvement with private dinners hosted by Martin Granoff P’93 and committed to ending Advancement Office assistance in the coordination of future private events in a letter to the editor published in Tuesday’s Providence Journal.

Title IX Program Officer Rene Davis spoke about proposed changes to the Department of Education’s sexual assault guidelines in a joint meeting hosted by the Title IX Office, UCS and the Brown chapter of NARAL.

News, University News

Title IX office talks impact of proposed federal guidelines

December 7, 2018 3 comments

Title IX Program Officer Rene Davis gave a presentation to students on what the changes could mean for how the University investigates instances of sexual misconduct under Title IX.

Though City Council originally approved height changes for the tower in a nine-to-five vote Friday, Mayor Jorge Elorza vetoed the measure.

Metro, News

Mayor vetoes proposed zoning change for tower

December 2, 2018 1 comment

After several public hearings and a litany of high-profile City Council committee votes, Mayor Jorge Elorza vetoed a height ordinance change for the proposed 46-story Hope Point Tower Friday afternoon.

R.I. Speaker of House receives student criticism

Metro, News

R.I. Speaker of House receives student criticism

November 29, 2018 Comments are Disabled

Rhode Island House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello’s close win in the November election this month could reflect a larger divide within the Democratic party between progressive and moderate party members.

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