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Arts & Culture

Q&A: Linda Ford talks recent exhibit ‘Territorialize’

From Dec. 5 to Jan. 27, the Sarah Doyle Women Center Gallery presented “Territorialize,” a solo exhibition by Linda Ford. Using fly-fishing instruments throughout her work, Ford aims to explore the body and how it is used to attract others. The Herald spoke to Ford about her exhibition. Q: Tell ...

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Metro

HOPE canvasses for affordable housing bond

Housing Opportunities for People Everywhere — a student group housed in the Swearer Center for Public Service that strives to advocate on behalf of the Rhode Island homeless population — is currently canvassing for the $50 million Housing Opportunity Bond initiative. The initiative would lead to ...

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Arts & Culture

Alum’s production tackles historical racism with comedy

Sock & Buskin’s production “By the Way, Meet Vera Stark” will premiere Sept. 29. The play is a satirical comedy written by Lynn Nottage ’86 that focuses on the eponymous Stark — a struggling black actress who reaches fame but with unexpected consequences. Inspired by screwball comedies ...

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Arts & Culture

Gift to provide programs for autistic adults

The adult autism non-profit Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation has bestowed a $100,000 gift to the University to support programs in the Theatre Arts and Performance Studies department that provide educational resources for adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The foundation’s Adult Autism Theater ...

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University News

SHAG workshop explores sexual fantasies, challenges norms

“Hooking up with a professor during office hours. Using handcuffs during sex. Having partners of a particular race or ethnicity. Using urine or feces during sex. Pretending to be a little kid and calling (your) partner mommy or daddy. Having sex in the SciLi.” These were among the sexual fantasies ...

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STEM

U. professors among ‘Most Influential Scientific Minds’

Five Brown professors were named on Thomson Reuters’ list of “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds of 2015,” a compilation of nearly 3,000 researchers who have authored papers written from 2003 to 2013 that were highly cited in their publication year. This method “seeks out authors ...

The Setonian
University News

Zoabi talks future of Palestinians in Israel

Haneen Zoabi, a Palestinian Arab member of Israel’s parliament, the Knesset, spoke at Brown Thursday evening at “Critical Conversations: Suffering Embrace? The Futures of Palestinians in Israel,” an event sponsored by the Department of Middle East Studies. Before Zoabi took the microphone an hour ...

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