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Staff List, Fall 2016

CORPORATEEmma JerzykPresident, The Brown Daily Herald, Inc.Editor-in-Chief, The HeraldJoe ZappaVice President, The Brown Daily Herald, Inc.Managing Editor, The HeraldJosh TartellTreasurer, The Brown Daily Herald, Inc.General Manager, The HeraldMoniyka SacharSecretary, The Brown Daily Herald, Inc.General ...

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Ivy Newspaper Conference

Register here! --- What is the Ivy Newspaper Conference? The Ivy Newspaper Conference is meant to provide the leaders of Ivy newspapers the opportunity to share their strategies, struggles, and solutions amongst each other. We are all working toward a similar goal: to provide excellent journalism to ...

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125th Anniversary Campaign

Preserving the past, building the future HeraldOffice --- Donate now! --- This year, The Herald turns 125. For 125 years, The Herald has produced thoroughly reported, diligently researched, and passionately investigated journalism to educate and inform members of the Brown community. In this historic ...

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Students of color release diversity demands

Students of color gathered outside President Christina Paxson’s P’19 office Thursday to serve as “diversity consultants” for the University after the release of a draft of the diversity and inclusion action plan Nov. 19. As part of the “Day of Reclamation,” they developed a list of demands ...

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Spotlight on the Statehouse: Nov. 30, 2015

Dancing traffic cop at intersection of controversy Tony Lepore, a retired police officer for the Providence Police Department who became known for dancing while directing traffic each holiday season, was declined the job this year because he organized a protest and boycott of a Federal Hill Dunkin’ ...

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Firefighters contain morning fire on roof of Textron Tower

Updated Nov. 30 at 1:55 a.m. A fire broke out on the roof of the Textron Tower at 40 Westminster St. Sunday morning in a heating or air conditioning unit, said Providence Public Safety Commissioner Steven Paré. Though the fire started in the unit, “we don’t know what caused the fire. We’re looking ...

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