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Protest condemns police violence

Despite cold and rainy weather, more than 100 community members gathered Monday night at Burnside Park in downtown Providence to join a nationwide movement protesting police violence. The event, advertised on Facebook as a “March Against Police Violence in Solidarity with Ferguson and Mexico,” ...


Students help assess needs of state’s homeless

Just an hour before heading out to survey people on the streets, Keenan Line ’18 received unsettling precautions: be careful with personal items, be ready to call 911 in case of an emergency and do not interact with hostile people. Though she realized that these were merely precautionary measures, ...


Local artists’ pumpkin carvings draw national attention

As he trekked mountains in northern Vermont with his family 27 years ago, John Reckner chanced upon a bright idea. The brilliant display of hundreds of jack-o-lanterns set up along the mountainside was “impressive,” he remembered, and inspired him to create his own version of the jack-o-lantern ...


Unplugged: Students opt out of social media

In high school, Shane Fischbach ’15 checked his Facebook incessantly. Like the vast majority of his peers, he consistently liked statuses, posted photos and received updates on the college acceptances of “friends” he hardly knew. “At a superficial level, (Facebook) didn’t make me any happier,” ...

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