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New restaurants to come to Thayer Street

While the recently announced departure of Thayer Street staples like Nice Slice, Rockstar and Johnny Rockets may have been a blow to the College Hill community, director of the Thayer Street District Management Authority Donna Personeus confirmed that the blow may be softened by the establishment of ...

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U. addresses academic code violations

Although measures have been taken to reduce academic code violations, the numbers remain high, with over 50 percent of violations occurring in the computer science department, said Thomas Doeppner, associate professor of computer science and co-chair of the standing committee on the Academic Code that ...

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First-year dorms to undergo renovations

Following the renovations of Perkins Hall and Barbour Hall last summer, the Office of Residential Life will be renovating first-year residence halls Emery, Woolley, Morris and Champlin and upper-year halls Young Orchard #2, #4, and #10 this summer. In the past six years, Residential Life has focused ...

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Trevor Noah announced as Lecture Board speaker

Trevor Noah will speak at the University April 30, Brown Lecture Board announced Monday. Noah, a South African writer, comedian and television host, is best known for his work as host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. In November 2016, Noah released his first book, “Born a Crime: Stories from ...


Bootstrap launches data science course

As the world becomes increasingly data-oriented, one faculty-developed program aims to provide high school students with tools to understand and analyze the role of data. Bootstrap, a K-12 computer science curriculum, has recently launched a data science program, adding a fifth course to Bootstrap’s ...

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Aravind Elangovan '17 dies

Aravind Elangovan ’17 died April 12, his sister Darla Elangovan wrote in an email to The Herald. Elangovan’s body was discovered floating in Golden Ponds in his hometown of Longmont, Colorado Wednesday. Police received a report that a body was floating about 10 feet from the pond’s shore, and ...

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Brown encourages diversity in international programs

Last month, from Mar. 13 to 17, the Office of International Programs launched a series of workshops to encourage students from diverse backgrounds to study abroad. The week-long workshop series, titled “A Series in Conversations: Study Abroad and Me,” focused on how disability, sexuality, spirituality, ...

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Brown celebrates second annual Class Week

Brown is celebrating its first-generation, low-income student community through Class Week at Brown, which is taking place Apr. 10 to Apr. 15 and was planned and presented by student group QuestBridge Scholars at Brown. Class Week, which began in 2016, occurs annually and features events intended to ...

Science & Research

Documentary showcases effects of opioid epidemic

One of the most highly abused types of drugs in the United States is not bought on the street — it is prescribed by a doctor. This is what Perri Peltz ’82 P’19 set out to illuminate in her new documentary “Warning: This Drug May Kill You,” which premiered in Sayles Hall April 12. The movie ...

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Congressman discusses political polarization

“What is the most important political problem facing the world today?” asked Dan Maffei ’90, former representative from New York’s 24th congressional district, as he opened his talk at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs Wednesday afternoon. Maffei proceeded to poll the ...


Education summit seeks input of community

Residents and educators of all backgrounds gathered to create a future vision for the city’s education system at the All In: Providence Education Moonshot Summit, April 8. The event was made possible by support by the Harvard Graduate School of Education, city community members and a $200,000 grant ...

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Swearer Center strategic plan incites conflict

Updated at April 13 1:30 a.m.  This story is the second in a three-part series about the ongoing evolution of the Swearer Center for Public Service and its philosophy in relationship to the Providence community. When the Swearer Center for Public Service drafted and implemented its strategic plan in ...

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U. announces $5 million emergency research fund

Provost Richard Locke announced the creation of a $5 million emergency research fund March 28 that will be used to support research projects if government funding is suddenly cut. In such cases, researchers will be able to apply for access to money from the fund, which will ease the process of closing ...

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