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Articles by Ugochi Ihenatu (12)

Brown encourages diversity in international programs

News, University News

Brown encourages diversity in international programs

April 14, 2017 1 comment

From Mar. 13 to 17, the Office of International Programs launched a series of workshops to encourage students from diverse backgrounds to study abroad.

Shetterly discusses history of ‘Hidden Figures’

News, University News

Shetterly discusses history of ‘Hidden Figures’

March 14, 2017 Comments are Disabled

Margot Lee Shetterly gave the keynote address for Women’s History Month at the University March 13.

Camilla Ruiz Segovia ’18, Maryori Conde ’18 and Michelle Cruz ’18, co-coordinators of the new Latinx House, aim to use the house as a space for student discourse and an opportunity to celebrate Latinx identity.

News, University News

New Latinx House to offer student housing

March 6, 2017 Comments are Disabled

The Office of Residential Life has introduced a new housing option for students next semester: Latinx House.

News, University News

LGBTQ Center offers free, anonymous HIV testing

February 24, 2017 Comments are Disabled

On Feb. 8, the LGBTQ Center, in partnership with AIDS Project RI, offered free, anonymous HIV testing to Brown community members.

New year brings new changes to Sharpe Refectory

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New year brings new changes to Sharpe Refectory

February 13, 2017 Comments are Disabled

Students returning to campus this semester were met with an updated Sharpe Refectory after it underwent partial interior renovations over winter break.

News, University News

Will Meek named CAPS director, effective in March

February 3, 2017 Comments are Disabled

Will Meek will join Brown as the new director of counseling and psychological services, effective March 20.

Mosaic+ supports minority CS concentrators

News, University News

Mosaic+ supports minority CS concentrators

January 31, 2017 Comments are Disabled

Students of color studying computer science often feel underrepresented in their field, according to data from the National Science Foundation.

With a grant from the Swearer Center, Bella Okiddy GS and Richard Park ’16 launched Technologies Against Assault to create technology that reduces relived trauma during a shortened post-rape examination.

Science & Research, University News

Students found startup to improve rape kit testing

April 21, 2016 Comments are Disabled

Richard Park ’16 and Bella Okiddy GS are spearheading a biotech startup that aims to improve rape kit testing for victims of sexual assault.

University News

Chun, Saal awarded Guggenheim Fellowships

April 14, 2016 Comments are Disabled

Two faculty members, Alberto Saal and Wendy Chun have been awarded Guggenheim Fellowships, the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation announced April 6.

Growlers Wing Bar opened April 4 above English Cellar Alehouse off Thayer Street. The owners hope to draw college students, Providence locals and visiting families with old-fashioned American fare, a sports bar atmosphere, wings and New England beers. So far, customers have responded positively to the bear-themed restaurant.


Bear-themed Growlers Wing Bar opens above Alehouse

April 13, 2016 Comments are Disabled

Growlers Wing Bar opened above English Cellar Alehouse April 4. Previously, the restaurant above Alehouse was an Italian bistro, Coco Pazzo.

Multimedia by Ugochi Ihenatu (1)