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Julianne Center: Dreams and diagnoses

I joined The Brown Daily Herald because I wanted to be Rory Gilmore. It was as simple as that. I was a small-town-girl from Southern California, and I knew no one who had navigated the brick-patterned halls of the Ivy League beside my dear friend Rory. I thought there would be an interview. My school ...

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Arts & Culture Roundup

Intermission/Interruption/Intervention Join Rhode Island School of Design students Thursday at 6:30 p.m. for an “anti-salon” as student artist-scholars gather to feature their work and challenge the current “Intermission” exhibit on display in the Chase Center Galleries. “Intermission” features ...

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University presents new financial plan

Provost Richard Locke announced that the University will freeze undergraduate admission and begin expanding the Graduate School in the University’s new financial plan released at the Oct. 4 faculty meeting. The financial plan now incorporates an additional 95 PhD and 125 master’s students over the ...

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Students compete for most extreme gingerbread house

The Society of Women Engineers held its 10th annual Extreme Gingerbread House Competition in Barus and Holley Friday. Competitors used graham crackers, icing, marshmallows, gumdrops, cereal, gummy sharks and more sweets to produce aesthetically pleasing and earthquake-durable houses to be judged by ...

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Faculty discuss ‘sanctuary campus’ petitions

In the weeks following the presidential election of Donald Trump, campus has been fraught with discussions on immigration, the possibilities of a sanctuary campus and how best to support undocumented students and those with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals status under the Trump administration. Nov. ...

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Med students host health fair for Providence locals

Beside Kennedy Plaza lies a park with a half-sunken boat jutting out of the struggling grass. Burnside Park, otherwise known as People’s Park, is a local meeting place for Providence’s community of individuals experiencing homelessness, which totals about 4,000, according to the Rhode Island Coalition ...

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Student robbed of phone on Meeting Street

A student was robbed Friday while walking outside 172 Meeting Street near Andrews Commons and the Biomedical Center, according to a University-wide email Friday from the Department of Public Safety. Around 2:45 p.m., a male perpetrator grabbed the student’s cell phone out of his hands. The student ...

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Locke outlines new financial plan for Brown

Updated Oct. 5 at 9:56 a.m. Provost Richard Locke P’17 announced historic changes to the University’s budget and business model at the faculty meeting Tuesday in Salomon 001. The plan outlined a significant shift in the structure of the University, freezing undergraduate admission and growing the ...

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