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When Willow Mackintosh ’24 changed their pronouns to they/them in the middle of the school year, they said it felt awkward at times. Still, Mackintosh found that both they and their peers could adapt smoothly.

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As of this year, Rhode Island Alpha — the University's Phi Beta Kappa chapter — elects 12% of students from each class year, roughly 3% of which are elected as juniors and roughly 9% of which are elected as seniors.




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