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Judaism On Our Own Terms was launched in May 2019 to connect independent Jewish student groups.

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University students host national Jewish conference

September 23, 2019 1 comment

Over 80 Jewish students from 27 schools across the country flocked to Brown’s campus for the 2019 Judaism On Our Own Terms conference this weekend.

Rabbi Joshua Bolton was appointed executive director of Brown/RISD Hillel this past summer. In his role, Bolton hopes to engage Hillel with both Jewish and non-Jewish community members.

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New Hillel director looks to change how students view Judaism on campus

September 13, 2019 0 comments

“I want to inspire big, Jewish thinking,” said Rabbi Joshua Bolton, the newly appointed executive director of Brown/RISD Hillel. In his new role, Bolton is looking to build Hillel up as an outreach center for students that engages with both Jewish and non-Jewish community members.

Care New England healthcare system chose to pull out of tri-party talks to build a unified health system in Rhode Island with Lifespan and the University’s medical school. President Christina Paxson P’19 called the conclusion disappointing but sees CNE and Lifespan as valuable partners.

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Talks to create statewide health system dissolve

September 6, 2019 0 comments

Negotiations to create a unified academic health system for Rhode Island, which included the Alpert Medical School, fell apart July 16 after the Care New England health system withdrew from talks and decided not to merge with its larger competitor.

Watson Institute merges three concentrations after months of debate

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Watson Institute merges three concentrations after months of debate

April 29, 2019 Comments are Disabled

The Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs will officially merge its three undergraduate concentrations into a single International and Public Affairs concentration, the Institute announced Monday afternoon.

If the Department of Education moves forward with the redesign, its undergraduate concentration would eliminate the current two-track system.

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Education department plans redesign

April 24, 2019 Comments are Disabled

The University’s Department of Education discussed its plans to implement widespread curricular changes across all of its undergraduate and graduate programs Monday in a forum with students.

President Paxson Q&A Part One: Talking politics of divestment, referendum

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President Paxson Q&A Part One: Talking politics of divestment, referendum

April 15, 2019 1 comment

Between March 19 and 21, students voted in favor of a referendum to divest the University’s endowment from companies “complicit in human rights abuses in Palestine” and ask the University to increase transparency about the endowment.

President Paxson Q&A Part Two: Discussing financial, operational costs of divestment

President Paxson Q&A Part Two: Discussing financial, operational costs of divestment

April 15, 2019 Comments are Disabled

This is the second half of a question-and-answer session conducted with President Christina Paxson P’19 following the divestment referendum.

President Christina Paxson speaks in front of the Brown University Community Council members about the recent admissions scandal.

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Paxson speaks on national admissions scandal

March 21, 2019 Comments are Disabled

President Christina Paxson P ’19 assured community members that the University was not involved in the national college admissions scandal during yesterday’s Brown University Community Council Meeting.

The University's Advancement Office facilitated meetings between faculty and prospective students, some of whom were also Brown trustee referrals, according to emails reviewed by The Herald.

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University agrees to $3.5 million settlement, ending suit

March 14, 2019 Comments are Disabled

The University agreed March 11 to a $3.5 million settlement in a class-action lawsuit that alleged the University breached the Employee Retirement Income Security Act and mishandled two of its 403(b) retirement plans — tax-sheltered plan options available to employees of tax-exempt organizations.

The Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology plans to move its collection to a new Providence location. Most of the collection is currently stored in Bristol on land that will soon be transferred into a land trust.

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Haffenreffer Museum begins complete inventory of one million objects

March 7, 2019 1 comment

The Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology’s current Providence location within Manning Hall presently houses 99 objects — approximately 0.001 percent of its collection — and has no facilities for long-term storage.

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