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Li Goldstein is a University News section editor from New York, NY. She is a junior concentrating in English Nonfiction, and when she’s not at The Herald or writing, she loves talking about movies and TV or doing the NYT crossword with her sister.

Articles by Li Goldstein (62)

Charlotta Bass (second row, center) sits with her Hope High School graduating class. She would go on to be the first Black woman to accept a nomination for vice president in 1952.

News, University News

From Brown to the ballot: Stages of Freedom remembers first Black female vice presidential nominee Charlotta Bass

October 29, 2020 0 comments

Charlotta Bass who, nearly 70 years ago in 1952, accepted the nomination for vice president of the Progressive Party alongside presidential hopeful Vincent Hallinan. 

Brown agrees to reinstate women’s equestrian, women’s fencing in proposed settlement

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Brown agrees to reinstate women’s equestrian, women’s fencing in proposed settlement

September 17, 2020 0 comments

The University announced today that it has agreed to reinstate both the women’s equestrian team and the women’s fencing team to varsity status after both teams had been moved to club status in May.

The University COVID-19 test statistics reflect data collected from Aug. 25-Sept. 15.

COVID-19 Updates, News, University News

Brown COVID-19 testing update: 13 total positive cases as of 9/15

September 15, 2020 0 comments

As college students across the country face sudden evacuations of their schools and administrators scramble to modify reopening plans announced in the summer, one common metric underlies each decision: testing numbers. 

After reinstating the men’s varsity track, field and cross country teams, the University has been defending its compliance with Title IX.

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In new court filing, ACLU claims Brown breached Title IX agreement ‘and it continues to do so with every day that passes’

September 9, 2020 1 comment

In a brief filed Tuesday, the American Civil Liberties Union of Rhode Island rebutted the University’s Sept. 2 court filing defending Brown’s compliance with Title IX regulations, which hold the University to standards set by the 1998 Cohen v. Brown University lawsuit. 

Brown denies allegation of noncompliance to Title IX commitment in new court filing

Sports

Brown denies allegation of noncompliance to Title IX commitment in new court filing

September 2, 2020 4 comments

In a new court filing Wednesday, the University denied claims that Brown has faltered in its commitment to Title IX compliance under regulations agreed upon in the 1998 Cohen v. Brown ruling.

Internal emails between Paxson, key administrators reveal desire to ‘get us out of’ 1998 Title IX consent decree

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Internal emails between Paxson, key administrators reveal desire to ‘get us out of’ 1998 Title IX consent decree

August 27, 2020 22 comments

Emails between University administrators released today reveal internal strategies regarding Title IX compliance and the recent demotion of several varsity teams.

Nearly 800 students to attend Brown remotely for fall semester

COVID-19 Updates, News, University News

Nearly 800 students to attend Brown remotely for fall semester

August 10, 2020 0 comments

Approximately 800 undergraduate students will study remotely during the upcoming semester, accounting for around 15.5 percent of respondents to the Fall 2020 Location of Study Form, which was completed by sophomores, juniors and seniors in July.

Faculty express cautious optimism for Brown’s three-term plan

COVID-19 Updates, News, University News

Faculty express cautious optimism for Brown’s three-term plan

July 11, 2020 2 comments

Weighing excitement to welcome students back to campus with the hope that their own health will be protected, five University faculty members told The Herald about their anticipations for the upcoming fall. 

Housing, academic modifications announced for fall 2020

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Housing, academic modifications announced for fall 2020

July 7, 2020 0 comments

Returning undergraduate students must submit housing and meal plan preferences by July 15, according to an email from Dean of the College Rashid Zia ’01 and Vice President for Campus Life Eric Estes.

Brown to bring students back to campus for two out of three terms for 2020-21 academic year

COVID-19 Updates, News, University News

Brown to bring students back to campus for two out of three terms for 2020-21 academic year

July 7, 2020 4 comments

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the University will resume on-campus instruction in the fall under a tri-semester model.

Multimedia by Li Goldstein (4)

The Warby Parker store of Providence with shelves on the right and paintings and tables on the left