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Today’s issue marks the final Herald of the semester and the last produced under the 126th Editorial Board. The Herald will publish breaking news updates online during finals and over winter break, and regular publication will resume Wednesday, Jan. 25. We hope you continue to engage with The Herald ...


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The Herald will not be publishing a paper for the rest of the week. We will resume printing Nov. 28. Until then, check for any breaking news updates online at browndailyherald.com. Happy Thanksgiving!


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Editorial: What we’re thankful for

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, Facilities Custodian Alice Chin, Office Manager Diane Da Silva, Assistant Vice President and Dean of Students Mary Grace Almandrez, Jonathan Ellis ’06, Ben Leubsdorf ’08, Sudeep Reddy ’01, Shefali Luthra ’14, Michael Dubin ’16, abrupt ...


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Editors' Note: The Herald names 127th Editorial Board

The Herald announced the members of the 127th Editorial Board Friday at its annual banquet at CAV Restaurant Nov. 11. The 127th Editorial Board will be led by Editor-in-Chief and President Lauren Aratani ’18, an English non-fiction concentrator from Honolulu, Hawaii. Matt Brownsword ’18, a political ...


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Editors' Note

A plagiarized comic appeared in Wednesday’s Herald (“The Fistbump Chronicles,” Oct. 26). The comic copied the work of the webcomic “The Perry Bible Fellowship.” The Herald has retracted the piece and regrets its publication.


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Today’s issue marks The Herald’s final print edition of the semester. The Herald will publish breaking news updates online during reading period, finals and the summer, and regular publication will resume Sept. 7. Thank you for reading. Editors’ notes are written by The Herald’s 126th Editorial ...


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Today, The Herald has published two full-page op-eds regarding the nature of readings and a guest lecture given in a sociology class at Brown. Kyle Tildon ’19 argues that contents of a guest lecture by Yale Professor of Sociology Elijah Anderson and texts written by Anderson are racist and sexist ...


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Today’s issue marks the final Herald of the semester and the last produced under the 125th Editorial Board. The Herald will publish breaking news updates online during finals and over winter break, and regular publication will resume Wednesday, Jan. 27. We hope you continue to engage with The Herald ...


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Editors' note: What we're thankful for

Working keyboards, non-sinking chairs, Alice, remembering MailChimp, special front pages, sleep, popcorn, print media, icebreakers, Nice Slice and GroupMe. Defeating the bots, Google Docs, Google Hangouts (when they work), stack cup, Adele, One Direction, Kabob and Curry, the 126th Editorial Board, ...


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The Herald will not be publishing a paper for the rest of the week. We will resume printing next Monday, Nov. 30. Until then, check for any breaking news updates online at browndailyherald.com. Happy Thanksgiving!


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Editors' note: Gender-neutral pronouns

In order to be more respectful and inclusive of individuals with non-binary gender identities, The Herald has adopted the use of the gender-neutral pronouns “they/them/theirs” (as a singular), “xe/xem/xyr” and “ze/zir/zirs.” The Herald will use these pronouns for any source who wishes to ...


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Editors' note: The Herald names 126th Editorial Board

The Herald announced the members of the 126th Editorial Board Friday at its annual banquet at CAV Restaurant. The 126th Editorial Board will be led by Editor-in-Chief and President Emma Jerzyk ’17, a computer science and Middle East studies concentrator from Hinsdale, Illinois. Joseph Zappa ’17, ...


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Editors' Note

Earlier this week, The Herald published two opinions columns that were not only controversial but also deeply hurtful. Errors in the editing process aside, we understand that these columns contained racist content that has no place in our paper or community. The first (“The white privilege of cows,” ...


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Editors' Note: The Herald's new photo essay blog

Today marks the launch of The Foreground, The Herald’s new photo essay blog. The Foreground is designed to showcase stories from the Brown and Providence communities through the lens of The Herald’s photojournalists. To see the stories so far, visit foreground.browndailyherald.com. And if you have ...


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Editors' Note: Welcome to Brown

Dear class of 2019 and new transfer students, Welcome to Brown! We hope you’ve enjoyed getting to know College Hill so far. We also hope you engage with the Brown community and remain informed about campus issues during your time here, and we strive to help you do that. Our mission is to inform ...


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Today’s issue marks The Herald’s final print edition of the semester. The Herald will publish breaking news updates online during reading period, finals and the summer, and regular publication will resume Sept. 8. Thank you for reading. Editors’ notes are written by The Herald’s 125th Editorial ...


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Editors' note: The Herald’s new website

Today, we’re proud to bring you a revamped Brown Daily Herald website, which boasts a sleeker design and new features geared toward enhancing the reader experience. As more readers engage with our work online, this redesign will make our site more user-friendly and conducive to reading and sharing ...


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An article in Wednesday’s Herald (“Young alums honored as social innovators,” Jan. 28) mistakenly identified three alums as being included on the 2015 Forbes 30 Under 30 list. In fact, these alums were included on the 2014 version of the list. The article has been retracted due to the structural ...


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Editors’ note: Good night, and good luck

Today’s paper marks our 121st and final issue as The Herald’s 124th Editorial Board. For the six of us, this issue signifies the end of three and a half years spent working on the paper alongside a dedicated editorial and business staff, to whom we owe an endless debt of gratitude. But we are not ...


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The Herald will not be publishing a newspaper in print for the rest of the week. We’ll resume printing next Monday; until then, check online for any breaking news updates at browndailyherald.com. Happy Thanksgiving!




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