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Speakers dissect R.I. mass incarceration

More than 300 law enforcement officials, politicians, students and community activists confronted the costs and racial disparities of mass incarceration and probation in Rhode Island—  and the nation as a whole — at a conference March 27 entitled “Sounding the Alarm on Mass Incarceration: Moving ...

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Jorge Elorza eyes City Hall

Rookie Democratic mayoral candidate Jorge Elorza countered chief rival and former mayor Vincent “Buddy” Cianci’s prominent role on the city’s political stage with a show of his own last Thursday. Budweiser cans and hipster glasses were more abundant than ties and suits at the historic Columbus ...

The Setonian
Metro

NECAP draws criticism after drop in scores

When national science competition winners from high-performing Rhode Island schools score poorly on the New England Common Assessment Program Science exam, it is apparent that “something is wrong here,” said Lawrence Filippelli, assistant superintendent of the Scituate School Department. After ...

The Setonian
Arts & Culture

BruNotes strikes chord with music lovers

Before Tara Torabi ’15 could put in effect her plan to bring music education to low-income youth in Providence, she had to return to the piano keys.  An avid piano player before college, Torabi couldn’t find time to practice once she arrived on College Hill. It was only after she started playing ...

The Setonian
Metro

Urban greenhouse to open in Providence

This fall, the first urban greenhouse in Providence will be built on a vacant lot at 433 Prairie Ave., according to a press release from the City of Providence’s Office of Sustainability and Healthy Communities Office. The project was funded by the Lots of Hope program, which transforms empty city-owned ...

The Setonian
University News

Grad students, admins meet about funding

Following days of student protests, graduate students and administrators packed Barus and Holley 166 Tuesday night to discuss sixth-year funding for grad students as well as the future of the Graduate School. President Christina Paxson and Dean of the Graduate School Peter Weber held the event to offer ...

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University News

Grad students protest denial of sixth-year funding

About 80 graduate students picketed in front of President Christina Paxson’s house Wednesday evening to protest the denial of funding to some grad students seeking to complete a sixth year at the University. The roughly 80 students who submitted Dissertation Completion Proposals for sixth-year funding ...

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University News

From protest to podium: Adam Michnik

With his blunt rhetoric, spirited hand gestures and puffs off an electronic cigarette, Adam Michnik gave over 50 people a taste of his rebellious nature at a lecture Monday in the Joukowsky Forum at the Watson Institute for International Studies. At the talk, entitled “The Traps of Democracy after ...

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