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Providence introduces initiative to fight gun violence

Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza announced a $2.6 million anti-violence initiative Jan. 12 aimed at reducing gun-related violence in the city through a “three-pronged approach” that includes “nonviolence trainings, mentoring and new employment opportunities for youth,” Andrew Grande, a spokesperson ...


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Fashion icon André Leon Talley MA ’72 dies at 73

World-renowned fashion journalist and University alum André Leon Talley MA ’72 died Tuesday at the age of 73. Having held positions as a stylist, creative director and the Editor-at-Large of Vogue Magazine throughout his expansive career, Talley leaves behind a legacy of creativity and innovation ...


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Bagels return to Bagel Gourmet

After a nearly two month hiatus, Bagel Gourmet will open a new location at 205 Meeting Street on Monday, Nov. 29, bringing bagels back to eager students and East Side residents alike.


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Lifespan, Care New England merger application deemed complete

Rhode Island’s two largest health care systems Lifespan and Care New England saw their Hospital Conversions Act application deemed complete and accepted for review by Rhode Island Attorney General Peter F. Neronha and Director of Rhode Island Department of Health Nicole Alexander-Scott, according ...


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Students reflect on Brown’s pre-med pathway

With the dream of ultimately enrolling in medical school at stake, many pre-med students navigate a uniquely stressful undergraduate experience as they fulfill medical school course prerequisites and participate in extracurricular activities that can demonstrate a passion for medicine. 


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U. moves away from Piazza

Piazza, an online discussion platform that allows students to ask questions about class material, was a popular service at Brown used in numerous classes, particularly in STEM courses, up until recently. But in April, the Digital Learning and Design office told professors that the University would ...


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Community attends U.N. climate change conference

Several members of the Brown community attended the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties in Glasgow over the course of the past two weeks. These activists and researchers shared their experiences and perspectives on the outcomes of the conference in interviews with The Herald. ...






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