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Brown announces new residence hall plan

On Feb. 18, the University announced a plan for a new residential community that will add an estimated 130,000 square feet and 375 beds to the University’s undergraduate housing inventory. The new residential community is slated to stand on Brook Street just to the south of Stephen Robert Hall. Building ...


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RPLs receive raise, additional responsibilities

Residential Peer Leaders will receive a 20 percent increase in their stipend for the coming school year, along with an added responsibility to assist students who have been locked out of their dorms. The raise, which is the first major one since September 2017, comes after extensive feedback from RPLs ...


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Rhode Island House votes to ban ‘ghost guns’

The Rhode Island House of Representatives passed a bill Thursday that would ban 3D-printed guns and other untraceable firearms, commonly known as “ghost guns,” according to a press release from the State of Rhode Island General Assembly. University gun violence prevention group Thoughts Prayers ...


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UCS to release statement, votes on elections changes

The Undergraduate Council of Students finalized its statement in response to the recent anti-Semitic graffiti found in Hegeman Hall and discussed possible changes to its elections process at its general body meeting Wednesday, Feb. 12. The Council also confirmed the details of its new equity and inclusion ...


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Theresa May to deliver 100th Ogden Lecture

Theresa May, former prime minister of the United Kingdom, will present the 100th Ogden Memorial Lecture March 4, according to a Today @ Brown announcement. President Christina Paxson P’19 will moderate a question-and-answer session with the audience following May’s speech, which is titled “Politics, ...


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Anthony Santurri runs for Ward 1 City Council

On a rainy Thursday evening, most of downtown Providence was a ghost town, with shop doors locked up and lights dimmed. But, one door remained open at the Campaign Headquarters for Anthony Santurri’s bid for Ward 1 City Council. Anthony Santurri is the owner of Freeplay Bar and Arcade and the Colosseum ...


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R.I. law requires blue card records to be destroyed

In order to purchase a pistol or revolver in Rhode Island, residents must show the seller a “blue card”: a certificate that shows the applicant has passed the state’s requisite gun safety exam. But current state laws require that all records of blue card applications be destroyed after 30 days ...


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Brown reaffirms dedication to inclusion

In recognition of many local, national and international issues impacting the Brown community, many gathered on the steps of the Stephen Robert ’62 Campus Center to assert the University’s support and dedication to intersectionality. At the event, community members discussed the incidents of homophobic ...


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Brown Corporation extends Paxson’s term as president

The Corporation, the University’s highest governing body, unanimously voted to extend President Christina Paxson’s P’19 appointment by three years — until June 30, 2025. Paxson, who is currently serving in her eighth year as president, was already set to serve in the role for another two years. ...


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Brown students canvas in NH Democratic primary

When Alison Swinth ’22 knocked on the front door of a modest home in the outskirts of Epping, New Hampshire, she was greeted by a man wearing nothing but a towel. “No, sorry, I’m a Trump supporter,” he said after glancing at her pamphlets. “And I’m about to have a shower.” Swinth, a member ...


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Rhode Island considers bills to reduce plastic pollution

Two bills that aim to increase sustainability and reduce pollution from single-use plastics were heard by the Rhode Island House Committee on Environment and Natural Resources Feb. 6. The first bill, 2020-H 7163, would prevent food service establishments from providing single-use plastic straws, unless ...



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