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Sports

Scooter culture zips ahead among athletes

Walk behind the Olney-Margolies Athletics Center, and you’ll find a sea of motorized scooters — orange, rentable Spin scooters stand ready to be unlocked by a phone, while U-locks secure privately-owned matte gray and jet black scooters to a bike rack. 


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Sports

Football secures first win of season over Colgate

The football team (1-3) snapped its losing skid and secured its first win of the season Saturday with a resounding 31-10 victory over Colgate University (2-4) at Brown Stadium. Bruno’s offense and defense fired on all cylinders as the Bears set season-bests in passing yards, fumbles forced and ...


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University News

Prof. Julio Ortega reflects on tenure at U.

Professor of Hispanic Studies Julio Ortega has been teaching at the University since 1989. He began the the Transatlantic Project, which, according to the project’s website, is “dedicated to research, teaching and colloquia on the cultural and intellectual history of exchange, dialogue and debates ...


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University News

U. School of Engineering re-accredited by ABET

The School of Engineering was re-accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology at the end of September, validating and enabling the continual growth of the engineering program at Brown. Engineering schools are accredited every six years, and this most recent re-accreditation ...


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Post- Magazine

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 ...


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Metro

Madrid Bakery brings taste of Spain to Wayland Square

Nestled in Wayland Square’s bustling food scene sits an unassuming, white-painted cafe. But take one look — and bite — inside Madrid European Bakery and Patisserie, and you won’t be disappointed. Operated by Spanish baker Sergio Mendoza, Madrid is home to some of Providence’s most decadent ...


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Features

U. students volunteer as interpreters

For Brown students who are Spanish heritage speakers, the ability to support the city’s Spanish-speaking community and immigrant populations has proven to be an impactful way to make change. In recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month, The Herald spoke with members of the student body who ...


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Post- Magazine

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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