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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. ...


Andrea’s reopens after seven month closure

Andrea’s Restaurant, which serves Greek cuisine and has been on Thayer Street for 55 years now, was forced to close its doors seven months ago after a sprinkler malfunction caused water damage. It made its long-anticipated return with a soft opening Nov. 9.

University News

Students navigate campus parking, ticketing policies

Despite living off campus since this past summer, Ray Huang ’23 has not had access to an overnight parking space for his car, instead leaving it parked on near-empty side streets around campus. This is by no means a perfect solution for his parking concerns, and this past summer he faced frequent ...


R.I children aged five to 11 eligible for COVID-19 vaccine

Last Wednesday, Governor Dan McKee and the Rhode Island Department of Health announced that children five to 11 years old will be able to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. The announcement follows a Nov. 2 recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which found the Pfizer-BioNTech ...

University News

U. launches new Open Recovery Group

Students are invited to engage in practices to moderate and shift their personal substance use on campus in a new program called Open Recovery Group at Brown. The group, which meets weekly, is part of the University’s Bruce Donovan Program for Recovery and Substance-Free Initiatives, and seeks ...

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Understaffed Thayer stores reduce hours of operation

The nation has struggled with a labor shortage following the end of many pandemic restrictions, and businesses on Thayer Street are no exception — many saw shortened hours, delayed openings and management difficulties as a result of the shortage.   Starbucks — which already shortened ...


Sam Zurier wins District 3 State Senate election

Democrat Sam Zurier captured 90.08% of total unofficial votes to defeat Republican Alex Cannon in the State Senate District 3 special general election Tuesday, according to the Rhode Island Board of Elections.  An attorney and former City Council member, Zurier won by an overwhelming ...

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