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Fighting for safe spaces

Within the next few years, most of the students who protested former New York City police commissioner Ray Kelly’s scheduled lecture will graduate. The students who fought for the creation of a “safe space” in response to blogger Wendy McElroy’s participation in a debate over rape culture will ...

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Staff List, Fall 2014

EDITORIALEli Okun, Editor-in-ChiefMathias Heller, Sona Mkrttchian, Managing EditorsMaddie Berg, Katherine Cusumano, Kate Nussenbaum, Senior Editors SectionsArts & Culture Editor: EmmaJean HolleyFeatures Editors: Phoebe Draper, Sabrina ImblerMetro Editors: Mariya Bashkatova, Kate Kiernan, Molly ...

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Science & Research Roundup: Nov. 20, 2013

Prenatal cocaine exposure affects adolescent risk-taking Adolescents who grow up in adverse environments are likelier to “engage in risk-taking behaviors,” according to a new study published in the Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics last week. The study involved a multi-institution ...

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Science & Research Roundup: Nov. 6, 2013

Nanoparticle research may spur development of alternative fuels University researchers have found that gold nanoparticles can help convert carbon dioxide into carbon monoxide, according to a University press release. The research was led by Professor of Chemistry Shouheng Sun and Wenlei Zhu GS, a ...

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Alum revealed as voice of iPhone’s Siri

Years before the voice of Siri echoed in the pockets of millions of iPhone users, it sounded across Brown’s campus in classics courses and Chattertocks concerts. The voice, known for its polite advice and darkly sarcastic humor, belongs to Susan Bennett ’71, who earlier this month announced her ...

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Science & Research Roundup: Oct. 23, 2013

Student wins SACNAS awards The University’s chapter of the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science won two awards from the national organization earlier this month. David Barrera ’15 was honored for his research on “the effect of heat stress on tomato plant fertilization,” ...

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Science & Research Roundup: Oct.2, 2013

U. doctor performs single-incision hysterectomy W. Scott Walker, clinical assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology, became the first surgeon in the state to perform a robotic-assisted hysterectomy involving only one incision earlier this month. During robotic-assisted hysterectomies, surgeons ...

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Science & Research Roundup: September 18, 2013

 Study reveals interaction of preeclampsia risk factors A research team including a Brown faculty member has discovered how two distinct risk factors may interact to lead to preeclampsia, a condition in which pregnant women experience high blood pressure and increased levels of protein in their urine ...

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Science & Research Roundup: Sept. 4

Pregnant women’s smoking patterns vary with fetal attachment Pregnant women who feel stronger emotional connections to their fetuses may smoke less than those who report weaker connections, according to a new study led by Susannah Magee, assistant professor of family medicine at the Alpert Medical ...

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