Providence Public School District is currently controlled by the State Department of Education, but control over the district will possibly be returned to Providence city authority in 2024.
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Altan Mitchell ’23 finished in first place in the triple jump while Jada Joseph ’25 finished in third place in the long jump, both setting personal records.
Head Coach Melanie Ruzzi praised Sonja Bjornson ’24 for her versatility as she switched from defense to forward in recent games as the team deals with multiple injuries.
At the Yale School of Public Health, Ranney will have "autonomous responsibility" for the newly independent school's budget.
Proposals for the new transit center are due in April and the funding for the project is unfinalized.
Presenters stressed the importance of learning about labor unions and movements as vital first steps to getting involved in organizing.
Arjun Krishna Chopra ‘25, undergraduate finance board vice-chair, cited carbon emissions as another reason the University had been reluctant to make laundry free in the past.
Kim Cobb, director of the Institute at Brown for Environment and Society, said in a press release that “it is an honor to be appointed to this esteemed board, and I look forward to serving in this role.” ...
Brown and Cornell played a very tight first half, with multiple lead changes.
Many Brown performers were not in Providence for rehearsals ahead of time and only had a few days during shopping period to prepare, said Brown CSSA President Jessica Ji '24.
The University hosted a booster clinic for students on Jan. 25 and will hold another on Feb. 2, with plans to continue providing clinics until demand for the vaccine diminishes.
The Activist Coalition was unable to meet during the COVID-19 pandemic, causing some students to feel disconnected from the organization.
Ricky Zhong ’23, current UCS president, said that even though past UCS members have mentioned it in meetings, the push to make the addition didn’t begin until last November.
Students expressed that, while a halal meal plan already exists, previous halal-compliant offerings at dining halls have been fairly limited.
The search committee is made up of deans from the Schools of Public Health and Professional Studies, as well as undergraduate and graduate representatives.
Second-period goals from James Crossman ’23 and Ryan Shostak ’26 and an 18-save third period from Mathieu Caron '25 helped the Bears secure a 3-2 over the Crimson.