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Arts & Culture

Brown music community adapts during COVID-19 pandemic

Last year, many lives were upended as the world went into lockdown. For the music community, however, the sting of the shutdowns was particularly harsh. When classes shifted to Zoom and club meetings were canceled, students and professors alike had to quickly figure out how they could continue engaging ...


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University News

Brown guidelines for Summer 2021 semester

With students returning to campus for the summer semester, the University maintains the importance of following public health guidelines. The summer term will enroll about 2,000 undergraduate students and two groups of pre-college summer program students in June and July. The Herald has compiled information ...


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Sports

Ivy League plans to resume normal athletic competition in fall

The Ivy League plans to resume athletic competition for the fall 2021 season, according to a joint statement issued Tuesday by the Council of Ivy League Presidents.  “Barring unanticipated circumstances, such as a dramatic increase in infection rates from a variant in the virus, we look forward ...


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Opinions

Commencement 2021 | Augustus Kmetz '21: Ever True

This piece was originally submitted as a speech for the Class of 2021's Commencement. Welcome, fellow graduates, parents, faculty, friends and alumni, and the person here because they thought this was a free vaccine line. I see you.  As a member of the Band — yeah, those sickos who wake you up ...


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Science & Research

The light at the end of the tunnel just got brighter

In October 2020, The Herald launched a podcast with Ashish Jha, Dean of the School of Public Health at Brown University. At the end of our first call, Dr. Jha said: “If people stay focused, there’s a lot of good news coming in 2021.” Specifically, he added, “we’re going to have multiple vaccines ...


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Metro

RI to hold vaccination weekends for residents of color

In order to reduce the racial disparity in COVID-19 vaccination rates in Rhode Island, the state will hold two mass vaccination weekends for residents of color in the state. These events, which aim to vaccinate 12,000 people in four days, were created in response to vaccine inequity amid a pandemic ...





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