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Isabel is a Metro Section Editor and Social Media Director for The Herald. She is a junior from Seattle, concentrating in the Security Track of International & Public Affairs. When she’s not at The Herald, you can probably find Isabel emptying her wallet at one of Providence’s various coffee shops.

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Three University students are currently being tested for novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). While the students are currently in isolation, test results are pending.

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Three University students tested for COVID-19 as state precautions increase

March 10, 2020 0 comments

Three University students are currently being tested for novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), according to an email sent by Vice President for Campus Life Eric Estes and Executive Director of Health and Wellness Vanessa Britto to students and faculty Monday.

Students struggle to register, request absentee ballots

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Students struggle to register, request absentee ballots

February 25, 2020 0 comments

As the 2020 Democratic presidential primaries continue, students attempting to request absentee ballots may already be too late, said Steve Pokorny, a program manager at the Swearer Center for Public Service.

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University fundraising director Peter Cohen resigns

January 21, 2020 0 comments

Peter Cohen, a University fundraising director who was put on leave for his involvement in accepting donations from convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab, resigned from his position at the University today.

Over the past decade, Thayer Street has evolved from an eclectic shopping district to a restaurant and chain-filled strip.

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The changing faces of Thayer Street: Local shops struggle to stay afloat

December 6, 2019 9 comments

Lois Hollingsworth owned Zuzu’s Petals, a dress boutique on Thayer Street, for 24 years. But in 2015, she chose to shutter her store because of what she described as a drastic change in Thayer’s character.

MBTA approves proposal for faster train between Boston, Providence

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MBTA approves proposal for faster train between Boston, Providence

November 19, 2019 0 comments

In the commute between Boston and Providence, missing a train does not always mean a brief 20 minute delay — sometimes, this misstep can set travelers back by two hours.

Elorza releases new Climate Justice Plan

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Elorza releases new Climate Justice Plan

November 12, 2019 0 comments

With the impacts of climate change disproportionately affecting low-income communities in Providence, Mayor Jorge Elorza unveiled a plan that he hopes will help mitigate the disparity.

Providence bids goodbye to plastic bags

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Providence bids goodbye to plastic bags

October 23, 2019 0 comments

The use of retail plastic bags is a thing of the past in Providence, following the beginning of a city-wide ban yesterday. The ban was signed into law by Mayor Jorge Elorza May 1.

Christy Turlington Burns led a conversation about the importance of proper care to expecting and new mothers. Burns has previously conducted research about the maternal mortality rate in the United States, which is the highest among the world’s wealthiest 11 nations.

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Event spotlights rising U.S. maternal mortality rate

October 16, 2019 0 comments

Community members packed into a room in the List Art Center Tuesday evening to learn about the maternal mortality rate in the United States — a figure that has more than doubled over the last two decades.

Students reflect on Trump impeachment inquiry

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Students reflect on Trump impeachment inquiry

October 9, 2019 0 comments

As debate over the impeachment inquiry against President Trump dominates discourse nationwide, some students on campus are weighing the implications of the investigation.

Rhode Island falls behind emissions goals, study shows

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Rhode Island falls behind emissions goals, study shows

October 3, 2019 0 comments

A new report commissioned by the University and written by the Stockholm Environment Institute shows that Rhode Island’s greenhouse gas emissions are significantly worse than previously thought.

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