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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 The article has been retracted due to the structural ...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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Editors' Note: Greetings from The Herald

Dear class of 2018 and new transfer students, Welcome to Brown! The past few days have likely been a whirlwind of forgotten names and mad scrambles across an unfamiliar campus. During your time on College Hill, things will settle into a rhythm — but only to a point. Now is an incredibly exciting ...


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Tucked inside today’s Herald is a new feature we are excited to roll out: the sports bulletin, a pull-out section that will appear each Monday and Friday. The bulletin consolidates our sports articles into two days to ensure that coverage of weekend games is comprehensive and reaches readers in a ...


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Editors' Note

With the start of the semester, you may notice some changes in The Herald. At the top of the front page sits a cleaner flag, and at the bottom a revamped teaser bar makes it easier to navigate the paper. We’ve also consolidated our puzzles, comics, menu and events calendar on a new page called Today, ...


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Editors' Note

With the start of the semester, you may notice some changes in The Herald. At the top of the front page sits a cleaner flag, and at the bottom a revamped teaser bar will make it easier to navigate the paper. We’ve also consolidated our puzzles, comics, menu and events calendar on a new page called ...


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Editor's Note

Today’s issue marks the final Herald of the semester and the last produced under the 123rd Editorial Board. The Herald will publish breaking news updates online over winter break, and regular publication will resume Jan. 22.   Thank you for reading.   Editors’ notes are written by ...


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Editors' note: Dear Class of 2017

Dear Class of 2017, Welcome to Brown. This first edition of The Herald, informally called the “Orientation Issue,” is for you. In your time here, expect to be challenged by your peers, your professors and yourselves. The Brown experience varies from student to student — maybe you’ll join an ...


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Editors' note: April 24, 2013

At a Tuesday panel about the legalization of same-sex marriage cosponsored by The Herald and the Taubman Center for Public Policy and American Institutions, several speakers espoused controversial views regarding same-sex marriage, both as a subject currently on the forefront of discussion in Rhode ...


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A Jan. 24 opinion column, “Why we need pluses and minuses,” and a Sept. 6, 2012 opinion column, “‘Freedom’ taken too far,” both included unattributed language nearly identical to language published in other sources. In the Jan. 24 column, the first sentence should have been attributed to ...


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The version of the column entitled "The problem with a 'bipartisan' education" that appeared in Wednesday's Herald was published without the author's approval. The version published was based on a rough draft the author had composed that found its way into the paper due to an editing error. The correct ...


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Corrections

An article in Wednesday's Herald ("Faculty changes med school grad reqs," March 3) incorrectly stated that there are 14 clinical departments at Alpert Medical School. In fact, there are 15. The Herald regrets the error.


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Corrections

An article in Thursday's Herald ("Class boards foster spirit, plan activities," Feb. 18) incorrectly stated that the class boards raise funds for Alumni Relations. After graduation, the net funds remaining from Senior Week proceeds are deposited in the senior class' own alumni account, after disbursements ...


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Corrections

In a column in Thursday's Herald ("In defense of Ruth," Jan. 28), an incorrect value was given for the losses to the Brown endowment over the course of the current financial crisis. In fact, the endowment lost $740 million over the 12 months ending June 30.


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Corrections

Due to an editing error, a photo caption on yesterday's front page ("Supercomputer welcomed with optimism," Nov. 23) incorrectly identified the figure shown cutting the ribbon at a ceremony for the computer's opening as Gov. Donald Carcieri ‘65. That person should have been identified as the University's ...


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An article in last Monday's Herald ("Taking dance to another level," Nov. 16) contained a number of passages that presented as direct quotations language that differed from the wording originally used by the individuals quoted.





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