Celia Hack is a videographer and senior staff writer for the College Hill and the East Side beat at the Herald. She is a freshman from a suburb outside of Kansas City, Kansas, and she cherishes the peculiarity of being a Midwesterner at Brown. When she’s not working for the Herald, she’s spending hours at the SciLi, either doing homework or wondering why the ‘expert’ level of sudoku is so much more difficult than the ‘hard’.

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The Nash Family Foundation gave the University $45,000 to transport a house belonging to Rosa Parks’ brother from Germany to Providence.

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Rosa Parks exhibition canceled

March 15, 2018 4 comments

The University canceled the planned exhibition of a house connected to Rosa Parks March 8, citing a “dispute” over the house that is independent of the University, wrote Director of News and Editorial Development Brian Clark in an email to The Herald.

University fellow simplifies health care with app

University fellow simplifies health care with app

March 6, 2018 2 comments

Roberta Powell, the Swearer Center community practitioner in residence for spring 2018, gestures with incredulity toward a seemingly endless list of acronyms and numbers she has pulled out of her backpack.

Artist Ryan Mendoza displayed Rosa Parks’ former house in his backyard in Berlin after rebuilding it. The structure will now be featured as “Unfinished Business: The Rosa Parks Exhibition” in the WaterFire Arts Center.

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University explores life and times of Rosa Parks with new exhibit

February 21, 2018 0 comments

History froze Rosa Parks in the moment she refused to get up from her seat in Montgomery, Alabama, according to Anthony Bogues, professor of humanities and critical theory, and Jeanne Theoharis, author of “The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks” and professor at Brooklyn College.

New legislation sponsored by Rep. Joseph Solomon D-22 aims to inform youth about consent during sex education courses in secondary schools.

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Bill allows consent education in R.I. schools

February 15, 2018 0 comments

The Rhode Island House Committee on Health, Education and Welfare unanimously passed House Bill 7044, which allows consent to be included in sex education curricula in secondary schools, Wednesday night.

The United Health Infrastructure Project obstructed many residents from receiving their benefits. The discussion also highlighted the state’s poor timeliness rate for the processing of food stamp applications.

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Committee on Oversight reviews lawsuits about insurance, food stamps

February 9, 2018 0 comments

Over a year after the faulty implementation of the United Health Infrastructure Project, the R.I. House Committee on Oversight is still finding a way forward.

The Narragansett Bay Commission will convert sludge into energy in its wastewater treatment plants. Wind turbines and solar facilities also contribute to the Commission’s goal to be 100 percent renewable by 2020.

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Wastewater plant to turn sludge into renewable energy

February 6, 2018 0 comments

Wastewater treatment plants certainly have enough sludge, but they’re in need of another commodity: energy.

State House bill aims to increase school choice, raise tax credit cap

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State House bill aims to increase school choice, raise tax credit cap

January 26, 2018 0 comments

Rhode Island State Representative Robert Lancia R-16 proposed a bill on Thursday that aims to increase the number of children who can afford to attend private school.

LGBTQ+ students report less confidence entering workforce

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LGBTQ+ students report less confidence entering workforce

December 5, 2017 0 comments

LGBTQ+ applicants may need to decide whether or not to come out to potential employers before having gauged the inclusivity of a particular workplace.

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StorySlam features seven diverse, captivating tales

November 27, 2017 0 comments

When Emerson Wells ’18 picked a turtle off the street one Fourth of July weekend several summers ago, he knew little of the turtle’s true potential.

Fernando Norat and Jennifer Mojica, who attend the University of Puerto Rico, will study this semester at Brown in the wake of the hurricane.

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University enrolls students displaced by Hurricane María

October 23, 2017 1 comment

The University has offered to enroll up to 50 students from the University of Puerto Rico for the semester, said Chief of Staff to the Provost Marisa Quinn.

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