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Chairlifts have always scared me. I remember when I had to board one for the first time, swiveling my skis atop the faded red line dyed into the ice below me as I waited for the seat. I looked back over my right shoulder, anxious to get the timing right. The chair was coming—my chance. I was ready. ...


Men’s soccer falls to Princeton 3-1

The men’s soccer team (3-6, 1-1 Ivy) took its first conference loss of the season against Princeton (5-5, 2-0 Ivy) Saturday at Stevenson-Pincince Field. In the 30th minute, defender Will Crain ’22 sent a blazing cross through the box that midfielder Kojo Dadzie ’24 headed in for the early Bruno ...


Volleyball sweeps weekend series against Columbia, Cornell

The women’s volleyball team (10-3, 3-0 Ivy) defeated Cornell (4-7, 0-3) and Columbia (4-8, 1-2) this weekend in consecutive 3-1 home wins. In each matchup, the Bears were deadlocked with their Ivy rival at one set apiece before pulling away to take the final two. Brown’s 3-0 record in conference ...


Prov. community discusses spending $166m ARP funds

Direct Action for Rights and Equality hosted a conversation Thursday night between Providence residents and members of the Providence COVID-19 Recovery and Resiliency Task Force focused on how to effectively use the city’s American Rescue Plan funds to respond to post-pandemic issues.

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Rites and Reason pioneers, 51 year later

At his office desk in Churchill House, Elmo Terry-Morgan ’74, associate professor of Africana Studies and Theater Arts and Performance Studies, rapidly types away at a computer which spouts music and voice clips right back at him. 

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R.I. sex workers seek legislative change

In a time of unprecedented national change, Rhode Island sex workers are calling on state legislators to critically re-examine laws surrounding commercial sexual activity, namely the criminalization of sex work. Despite limits on the legality of sex work codified across state law, advocates point toward ...

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Safewalk promotes on-campus safety, community

When the once-bustling streets of College Hill fall silent at night, some students turn to Safewalk. On Sundays through Thursdays, between 9 p.m. and 2:15 a.m., pairs of students equipped with bright neon vests and walkie-talkies accompany their peers from one destination to another. DPS officers and ...

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Alum co-produces Oscar nom ‘End Game’

Oscar-nominated “End Game” is a film about love, family, healing and grief, featuring some of the hardest conversations many face in their lives — conversations about end-of-life care for gravely ill loved ones. The film, nominated for Best Documentary Short Subject at the 2019 Academy Awards, ...

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Offshore wind farms concern fisherpeople

When Greg Mataronas steams out of Narragansett Bay as early as 3 a.m., he is headed for grounds he knew as an eight-year-old. A native Rhode Islander, Mataronas grew up lobstering in Little Compton. After college, he returned to the ocean, unable to resist a profession rife with memories of his childhood. ...

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