Articles by Max Godnick (18)

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Goodman ’10 wins Marshall Scholarship

December 1, 2009 Comments are Disabled

Jeremy Goodman ’10 is among 35 students nationwide who will receive the prestigious Marshall Scholarship for two years of graduate study in the United Kingdom, the University announced Tuesday.

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Substance use steady, poll shows

November 20, 2009 Comments are Disabled

Substance use among students has stayed relatively unchanged from two years ago, according to a recent Herald poll. The data also showed that more males used marijuana than females and that more upperclassmen used alcohol than freshmen.

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In fifth year, Strait Talk builds bridges once again

November 13, 2009 Comments are Disabled

Fifteen student delegates from Taiwan, China and the United States have been on campus since last week to discuss and mediate disputes among the three countries at the fifth annual Strait Talk symposium. Originally founded by Johnny Lin ’08, this year’s Strait Talk ended Thursday after a week of workshops, discussions and presentations.


For volunteers, reading is elementary

November 5, 2009 Comments are Disabled

Members of St. Anthony Hall, Brown’s co-ed literary fraternity, started a children’s writing workshop at the Fox Point Community Library earlier this week. The Fox Point Reading Club is an “informal participatory program to get kids actively involved in reading and writing,” said Alexander Wankel ’11, St. Anthony’s community service chair and founder of the club.

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Developer hopes to build hotel on Brook Street

November 3, 2009 Comments are Disabled

Providence real-estate mogul Ed Bishop ’54 P’86 P’91 wants to build a $35 million luxury hotel on Brook Street and is attempting to get his proposal approved by the Providence City Planning Commission.

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In boon for pedestrians, Faunce Arch to stay open

October 22, 2009 Comments are Disabled

Facilities Management announced Tuesday that plans to close Faunce Arch for construction had been indefinitely postponed. The decision was made late last week due to a “desire to minimize the impact on the campus community.”

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Latest Soldiers Arch facelift completed

October 20, 2009 Comments are Disabled

Two weeks of construction on Soldier’s Arch concluded late last week after an $80,000 restoration of the campus landmark.

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Brown no. 31 in world, says British mag

October 16, 2009 Comments are Disabled

Yet another publication has released its list of best universities, with an international magazine putting Brown at No. 31 in the world.