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Articles by Maisie Newbury (18)

Temma Schaechter ’21 sings emotional, healing songs at livestreamed concert

Arts & Culture

Temma Schaechter ’21 sings emotional, healing songs at livestreamed concert

September 17, 2020 0 comments

On Thursday, Sept. 17, the Brown Arts Initiative welcomed students to a livestreamed “Living Room Concert” by Temma Schaechter ’21, a musician and aspiring psychologist who performed a series of original songs accompanied by a discussion of emotional processing through music.

Talley, who has worked throughout his career with figures such as Andy Warhol and Michelle Obama, discussed his roots and the fashion industry’s reckoning with race.

Arts & Culture, News

André Leon Talley MA’72 speaks on racism in fashion industry

September 14, 2020 0 comments

Fashion@Brown welcomed influential alum André Leon Talley MA’72 for a Sunday afternoon webinar and conversation on his many years of experience as a Black man in the fashion industry and his hopes for its future. 

The David Winton Bell Gallery, located on the ground floor of the List Art Center, will remain closed until the Spring semester. But the gallery staff has developed a series of online programs beginning with an online exhibition by Raymond Hood opening September 11.

Arts & Culture

Bell gallery to remain closed for remainder of 2020

September 8, 2020 0 comments

The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing museums and art galleries worldwide to shutter, leaving the University’s David Winton Bell Gallery closed until January 2021, Gallery Director Jo-Ann Conklin announced Aug. 24.

Brown implements revised Title IX policy in response to new federal regulations

News, University News

Brown implements revised Title IX policy in response to new federal regulations

August 26, 2020 0 comments

The University narrowed the jurisdiction of its Title IX policy, changed how it defines sexual harassment and authorized cross-examination during live hearings in response to new regulations released by the U.S. Department of Education in May.

Brown has not reached decision on whether to accept $4.8 million in federal COVID-19-related relief

COVID-19 Updates, News, University News

Brown has not reached decision on whether to accept $4.8 million in federal COVID-19-related relief

April 23, 2020 3 comments

The University has not yet made a decision on whether it will accept over $4.8 million in federal government aid through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.

The demonstration, “Protest Against Anti-Muslim Violence in India and the CAA” began with the lighting of candles.

News, University News

Community mourns anti-Muslim violence in India

March 6, 2020 0 comments

Thursday evening, Providence residents and University students and faculty  gathered on the steps of the Stephen Robert ’62 Campus Center to take part in the “Holi Against Hindutva” demonstrations, joining other colleges and universities that demonstrated nationwide.

Brown students release new website to streamline housing lottery

News, University News

Brown students release new website to streamline housing lottery

March 4, 2020 0 comments

As the University’s Housing Lottery approaches later this month, three sophomores at the University recently created and released Bear Dens, a new online service aimed at helping to guide students through the complicated process of choosing where to live next academic year.

In a Nelson Center speech, immigration lawyer Peter Roberts ’83 addressed the struggle that entrepreneurs applying for VISAs face.

News, University News

Roberts ’83 advises international students on visa applications

February 25, 2020 0 comments

Standing at the front of the Liz Lange Lecture Hall in the Jonathan M. Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship, Peter Roberts ’83, founder and principal of Roberts Immigration Law Group, addressed the evolving challenges facing U.S. foreign national and immigrant entrepreneurs.

Members of Students for Sensible Drug Policy delivered a presentation detailing methods for handling potential overdoses, drug checking and contamination of drug supply.

News, University News

Student group presents on safe drug use practices

February 25, 2020 0 comments

In a crowded conference room in Page Robinson Hall, Laurel McIntyre ’22, Abigail Gulchin ’22, Max Heller ’23 and Noah Mlyn ’20 presented on safe drug use in a culture that maintains prohibition — on campus, in Providence and in the United States.

Tutoring program seeks to meet athletes’ needs

Sports

Tutoring program seeks to meet athletes’ needs

February 20, 2020 0 comments

The University’s long-standing student-athlete tutoring program, which grants individualized scheduling and attention for students juggling athletics and academics, has grown in recent years to best accommodate athletes’ unique demands.

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