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Education Dept. opens Title IX investigation of Brown

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights launched an investigation of the University’s handling of sexual assault cases July 10, adding Brown to a list of 68 colleges and universities currently under federal investigation for Title IX violations regarding sexual assault. The department ...

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Community questions sexual assault policies

The day after Lena Sclove ’15.5 publicly revealed the details of her alleged rape and experiences with the University disciplinary hearing process, students circulated a petition Wednesday urging the University to revise its sexual assault policies with more stringent penalties for students found ...

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U. mishandled sexual assault case, victim says

The summer after her first semester as a transfer student, Lena Sclove ’15.5 was strangled and raped by another Brown student, she said at a press conference Tuesday. Within two weeks, Sclove reported the incident to the Office of Student Life.  Eight months later, following three months of hearings, ...

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Spotlight on the Statehouse: April 10, 2014

This week in the General Assembly, the Senate Commerce Committee held hearings to review Gov. Lincoln Chafee’s ’75 P’14 P’17 appointees to the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation and the I-195 Redevelopment District Commission. Elementary school students will join legislators tomorrow in the Statehouse ...

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Spotlight on the Statehouse: March 20, 2014

The General Assembly this week considered a bill to alter gun-buyer screening procedures and legislation that would review racial disparities in out-of-school suspensions in the state’s public schools. Rhode Island legislators also conducted their annual St. Patrick’s Day and St. Joseph’s Day ...

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Clock ticks for candidates considering campaigns

Two more state officials took steps toward forming campaigns in anticipation of the 2014 election season. Rep. Ray Hull, D-Providence, announced Tuesday he is exploring a run for Providence mayor, potentially joining a crowded race for the Sept. 9 Democratic mayoral primary. Raymond McKay, network and ...

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Spotlight on the Statehouse: March 6, 2014

This week in the General Assembly, constitutional amendments were proposed in the Senate, and the House of Representatives welcomed its newest number, Rep. Michael Morin, D-Woonsocket, who was sworn in Tuesday. New kid on the block Rep. Michael Morin, D-Woonsocket, was sworn in as a member of the ...

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Chafee forms Executive Climate Change Council

Gov. Lincoln Chafee ’75 P’14 P’17 signed an executive order Friday creating the Rhode Island Executive Climate Change Council. The newly formed council is charged with coordinating state environmental initiatives and advising Rhode Islanders and policymakers on how to combat the effects of climate ...

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