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Duncan Gallagher is a senior staff writer for Metro, covering the state and the Providence region. He is an undeclared sophomore from Haddonfield, New Jersey. When not writing for this publication, Duncan is generally writing for another one — The Brown Noser — or figuring out what to concentrate in.

Articles by Duncan Gallagher (28)


Brown’s asking price has Providence stadium on life support

September 9, 2015 1 comment

The possibility of the PawSox owners’ making a deal for a piece of land partially owned by Brown now appears to be dead.

Senior Orators: Lucas Johnson

May 21, 2015 Comments are Disabled
This article is part of the series Commencement Magazine 2015

Johnson’s talk — entitled “School Spirit” — will focus on how his experiences at Brown have shaped his outlook on education’s value.


Raimondo seeks Social Security tax exemption

April 21, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Raimondo included a provision in her budget proposal last month that would eliminate the Social Security tax for low- and middle-income recipients.

Construction on the South Street Power Station, formerly known as Dynamo House, is expected to reach completion two months later than originally anticipated and be ready for use in November 2016.


Dynamo opening delayed two months

April 16, 2015 Comments are Disabled

The nursing education center to be housed in the former South Street Power station will open in November 2016.


Senator, alum take leadership spots on Board of Licenses

March 30, 2015 Comments are Disabled

The Providence Board of Licenses elected Jeffrey Williams ’85 and Sen. Juan Pichardo, D-Providence, to its most senior positions earlier this month.


Raimondo introduces first budget as governor

March 13, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Gov. Gina Raimondo outlined her budget proposal in her State of the State address Thursday night.

Hundreds march on U. Hall to protest handling of cases

University News

Hundreds march on U. Hall to protest handling of cases

March 12, 2015 24 comments

About 400 community members marched onto the Quiet Green Wednesday to protest the University’s handling of the date-rape drug and sexual assault cases.

“Thinking Architecture” was produced by the RISD architecture department and brought to City Hall by the Department of Art, Culture and Tourism.

Arts & Culture

At City Hall, RISD architecture dept. airs works in progress

March 11, 2015 Comments are Disabled

“Thinking Architecture: RISD Works in Progress,” marks a departure from the RISD tradition of showing the works on College Hill.

Former R.I. House Speaker Gordon Fox accepted more than $52,000 in bribes from the owners of Shark Bar and Grille on Thayer Street in exchange for a liquor license.


Former house speaker pleads guilty in corruption case

March 6, 2015 1 comment

Gordon Fox, former Speaker of the House for the General Assembly, pleaded guilty to federal charges of accepting bribes and wire fraud.

Chung Cho, owner of Gourmet Heaven, faces allegations of denying more than $140,000 in wages. Cho must respond to a summons from the court Thursday or he will lose the case.


Gourmet Heaven owner faces wage lawsuit

March 5, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Chung Cho, owner of the Gourmet Heaven grocery chain, must respond by Thursday to a summons, or he will lose a federal wage theft suit.

Multimedia by Duncan Gallagher (4)