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Articles by Corey Gelb-Bicknell (37)

Irrefutable evidence: how body cameras are changing police brutality cases inside and outside the courtroom

Metro, News

Irrefutable evidence: how body cameras are changing police brutality cases inside and outside the courtroom

April 4, 2021 0 comments

As the former director of the Providence External Review Authority, Jose Batista was one of the first to see footage of Sgt. Joseph Hanley assaulting Rishod Gore, who is Black. The defense team representing Hanley would later call the assault “compliance strikes.”

The Bruno Brief: a glimpse behind the scenes of Brown admissions

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The Bruno Brief: a glimpse behind the scenes of Brown admissions

April 4, 2021 0 comments

In this week’s episode of The Bruno Brief, we peel back the curtain on Brown admissions during the COVID-19 pandemic. We talk to Senior Staff Writer Will Kubzansky, who spoke with two University admissions committees about how life has changed during a year of unprecedented applicant numbers and a public health crisis. 

The Bruno Brief: Brown community grieves Atlanta shooting victims

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The Bruno Brief: Brown community grieves Atlanta shooting victims

March 28, 2021 1 comment

In this week’s episode of The Bruno Brief, we talk to students and faculty about their reactions to the deadly shooting in Atlanta, Georgia March 16, which killed eight people, including six Asian women.

The Bruno Brief: Rhode Island teachers become COVID-19 vaccine VIPs

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The Bruno Brief: Rhode Island teachers become COVID-19 vaccine VIPs

March 22, 2021 0 comments

In this week’s episode of The Bruno Brief, we look into Rhode Island Gov. Dan McKee’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout plan, which contrasts from the previous plan by prioritizing occupation in expanding eligibility.

R.I. Attorney General, U. sign new agreement to clarify hate crime reporting procedures

Metro, News

R.I. Attorney General, U. sign new agreement to clarify hate crime reporting procedures

March 17, 2021 0 comments

The University signed an agreement with Rhode Island Attorney General Peter F. Neronha in February to update its hate crime reporting process.

The Bruno Brief: When COVID came and students left

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The Bruno Brief: When COVID came and students left

March 15, 2021 0 comments

This week, we look back on the weeks leading up to Brown’s announcement that campus would close down because of COVID-19, and the experiences that students had after that announcement.

Rabbi Moshe Moskowitz discussed ways in which the Torah addresses punishment physically and morally and its relationship to the criminal justice system today.

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Rabbi Moskowitz discusses themes of incarceration, criminal justice in Torah

March 8, 2021 0 comments

“There are so few absolute statements in the Torah,” Rabbi Moshe Moskowitz said Monday to a small group of Brown community members at the Brown-RISD Hillel’s speaking event, “Prisons and Punishment in the Torah.” The Torah “doesn’t allow you to be an extremist. It also doesn’t allow you to just not care about things.”

The Bruno Brief: An update on the case of Jhamal Gonsalves

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The Bruno Brief: An update on the case of Jhamal Gonsalves

March 8, 2021 0 comments

This week, we hear about the civil lawsuit against two Providence police officers who were involved in a moped crash that left Providence resident Jhamal Gonsalves, 24, in a coma last October.

The Bruno Brief: Brown students weather the Texas storm

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The Bruno Brief: Brown students weather the Texas storm

March 1, 2021 0 comments

In this week’s episode of The Bruno Brief, we hear from students studying remotely in Texas about their situations on the ground in light of the winter storm which hit the state hard two weeks ago.

Seniors react to Ivy League’s fifth year sports eligibility waiver

Sports

Seniors react to Ivy League’s fifth year sports eligibility waiver

February 28, 2021 0 comments

Women’s track and field runner Samantha Valentine ’21 had already committed to another university for graduate school when the Ivy League announced Feb. 11 that it would offer graduating fourth-year athletes the opportunity to compete as graduate students at their current institution in the 2021-22 season.