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Kiernan '16: Ban smoking at Brown

There are days when I sit on the steps outside the Stephen Roberts ’62 Campus Center and take in our college; there is no better place to view and experience what it means to call Brown home. There are students tossing Frisbees outside University Hall, a capella groups selling concert tickets outside ...

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Post-Election Roundup: Nov. 11, 2014

One week after Democrats swept elections across the state, securing the gubernatorial and Providence mayoral seats as well as many smaller offices, winners, losers and pundits have already started discussing Rhode Island’s potential over the next term.   Raimondo readies agenda Governor-elect ...

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Today’s election results to change political landscape

Today is Election Day, marking the end to an election season in Rhode Island that was full of memorable candidates, contentious debates, surprising endorsements and visits from national politicians. The gubernatorial election will result in either the state’s first non-white or non-male governor. ...

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Elections Roundup: Oct. 21, 2014

Gubernatorial debate Gubernatorial candidates Democrat Gina Raimondo, general treasurer, Republican Allan Fung, mayor of Cranston, and Moderate Robert Healey will face off in a debate Tuesday night at 7 p.m. at the Providence Performing Arts Center. The debate will be moderated by Tim White of Eyewitness ...

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Elections Roundup: Oct. 2, 2014

Testy TV ads General Treasurer Gina Raimondo, the Democratic gubernatorial nominee, and Cranston Mayor Allan Fung, the Republican nominee, challenged the quality and character of each other’s televised campaign advertisements this week. Fung’s campaign alleges that a new ad for U.S. Sen. Jack ...

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Campus reacts to outsourced Mail Services’ new system

Since the University began outsourcing Mail Services jobs to employees from office technology company Ricoh USA last month, students, faculty and staff members have expressed doubts about the new system’s efficiency in the face of an influx of packages at the semester’s start, in addition to raising ...

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Spotlight on the Statehouse: April 3, 2014

One week after the election of Nicholas Mattiello, D-Providence, as the new speaker of the House and the subsequent changes in leadership in the General Assembly, legislators proposed and considered bills on health insurance coverage for opiate addiction, the expansion of access to higher education ...

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