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Letter: Boycott Shiru Cafe

This letter was published in The Herald's Dec. 6 print edition, but was not published online. The letter is published here in its entirety. The Herald regrets the error.  To the Editor: The article “Cafe to connect students with sponsor companies” published in The Herald Dec. 4 described a new ...

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August '19, Rock '19: Beware the PTP

In response to recent debate about the Brown Political Theory Project, we feel the need to warn students that the PTP is not a center for “thriving intellectual discourse,” in the words of Daniel Shemano ’19. Instead, we must be critical of what it means to have a political center on our campus ...

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Opinions

Letter: Gerrymandering

To the Editor: The Herald’s Jan. 31, 2018 op-ed “Gerrymandering — a political scapegoat” misrepresents the effect that gerrymandering has had on R.I. politics. Miller writes that gerrymandering has given Democrats an unfair advantage in Rhode Island, yet simple voter registration data shows ...

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News

Letter: Efforts to reduce bike thefts

To the Editor: While I appreciate The Herald’s article on bike thefts on campus, (“Five bikes stolen on Nov. 15 alone,” Nov. 29), the article should have included the many active initiatives on campus to reduce bicycle thefts. Most glaringly, the article makes no mention of Campus Police Officer ...

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New York Times showcases virtual reality technology

Representatives from the New York Times Virtual Reality Team showcased their new immersive video technology at the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts Monday, presenting how the publication uses the media to both market products and serve as an educational tool. Students in HIST0150D: “Refugees: ...

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Science & Research

BIBS embarks on search for new director

The Brown Institute for Brain Science is searching for a new director after Professor of Neuroscience John Donoghue, founder and former director of BIBS, stepped down in January. Donoghue is taking a sabbatical year to found and direct the Wyss Center, a neuroengineering research institute in Geneva, ...

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University News

Startup looks toward future of smart devices

Techa, a small startup founded by Socrates Zouboulakis ’17, aims to revolutionize how users interact with their electronic devices and eventually their whole homes. “The dream is to have a home where there are no buttons, no switches, no levers — just an organic interaction between a user and ...

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