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Senator Reed brings foreign policy experience to Dems

Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I. addressed budgetary concerns, the Affordable Care Act and foreign policy issues in a speech to the Brown Democrats Tuesday night in Wilson Hall. Reed has served in Congress for 25 years — including 18 as a Senator — and is the ranking Democrat on the Senate Armed Services ...


Bears challenged by blustery weather in season openers

After a long winter on the ergs, the men’s and women’s crew teams finally took to open water for their spring season openers Saturday, with the men at home on the Seekonk against Yale and the women facing Michigan and Princeton on Lake Carnegie in New Jersey. Despite blustery conditions — winds ...

University News

FLAME Conference ignites discussions on feminism

Hundreds of students from 22 Rhode Island high schools conversed with Brown community members on College Hill Sunday and grappled with issues of feminism, gender identity and sexuality at the first annual Feminist Leadership and Mentorship for Equality Conference. The event was coordinated by Feminists ...


Developer, District Commission enter agreement

Richard Baccari II, a key developer in Rhode Island and principal of Royal Oaks Realty Ventures, entered into a purchase and sale agreement Jan. 20 with the I-195 Redevelopment District Commission for Parcel 8 — a LINK land site directly adjacent to property at 39 Pike Street that Baccari II owns. ...


Sen. Reed’s bill brings National Historical Park to state

The Blackstone River Valley — a national heritage corridor for 28 years — has been designated a national historical park after President Obama signed Sen. Jack Reed’s, D-R.I., bill proposing the change in December. No specific sites have been designated for the park, but the committee has pointed ...

Arts & Culture

In conversation: Chris Duffy ’09

Comedy was always a favorite hobby for Chris Duffy ’09, a co-founder of the campus comedy group Starla and Sons, which specializes in long-form improvisation. A former Herald writer, Duffy initially aspired to be a journalist. When that fell through, he pursued teaching. Today he lives and breathes ...

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