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Students for Bernie hosts actress Shailene Woodley

Actress Shailene Woodley encouraged a crowd of about 150 students to vote and volunteer in support of U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders’, D-VT, presidential campaign in a talk hosted by Brown University Students for Bernie Saturday night. Addressing the crowd, Woodley said “Our country is not thriving. This ...


Study abroad options include West Bank

Students can now apply to study at universities in the occupied Palestinian territories, as well as at the institutes in Israel where Brown students were previously able to enroll. Still, students cannot study abroad in Gaza, said Maud Mandel, dean of the College. The territory is under an international ...

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Project LETS provides peer mental health counseling

August 2013, the month before she came to Brown, Stefanie Kaufman’s ’17 now-national nonprofit organization Project Let’s Erase the Stigma became incorporated. Today, the organization has chapters in middle schools, high schools and colleges across the United States and supports people all over ...


Skewers experiments with menu change

Following a month-long close for renovations over winter break, Thayer Street’s Skewers has been back in business for the past couple weeks, boasting a revamped menu replete with both Mediterranean and Mexican options. As Skewers’ windows were covered in brown paper in January, some students speculated ...

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BUSUN welcomes 950 student delegates

Almost 1,000 suit-clad high schoolers came to campus this weekend, participating in the 19th annual Brown University Simulation of the United Nations. The conference, which began Friday and ended Sunday, was the largest BUSUN conference yet with about 950 students from across the United States and the ...

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Paper details Western ISIS recruits’ motives

“Why are young Westerners drawn to terrorist organizations like ISIS?” That is the question that Omar Sultan Haque, a psychiatry resident at the Alpert Medical School, explored in a cover-page article of the same name for the September edition of Psychiatric Times along with his co-authors Jihye ...

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Fieldwork provides hands-on opportunities

As archaeology and anthropology undergraduates, graduate students and faculty members transition back to life on College Hill, the start of the semester marks a hiatus from their fieldwork undertaken around the globe this summer. The Department of Anthropology sent people to 14 countries, including ...

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Blow decries racial inequality in America

“Equality must be won by every generation because it will never be freely granted,” New York Times columnist Charles Blow told a sold-out crowd of students, faculty and community members Thursday in Salomon 101. Blow’s lecture, entitled “The New Civil Rights Movement,” addressed the implications ...


Downtown Holocaust memorial dedicated

On South Main Street, signs of life are everywhere: the honking of horns as cars whiz by, the wails of police sirens in the distance and the chatter of couples strolling along the Providence River. But when someone stops and glances at the newest addition to Memorial Park, the signs of the departed ...

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