Three Palestinian college students were shot and wounded in Burlington, Vermont Saturday evening, according to a press release from Burlington police. The victims include Brown undergraduate Hisham Awartani ’25, Kinnan Abdalhamid and Tahseen Ali Ahmad.
Katy PickensManaging Editor
Katy Pickens is the managing editor of newsroom and vice president of The Brown Daily Herald's 133rd Editorial Board. She previously served as a Metro section editor covering College Hill, Fox Point and the Jewelry District, housing & campus footprint and activism, all while maintaining a passion for knitting tiny hats.
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Two highly contested items — a proposed hotel on Angell Street and a potential ban on more than three college students living together in most areas of Providence — were pushed for public discussion during a Nov. 16 Committee on Ordinances meeting.
From increasing homelessness to congressional orientation, here’s the latest news from around the Ocean State.
After 15 years on Thayer Street, Blue State Coffee will permanently close its doors on Thursday, Nov. 17. A sign in the cafe’s window at 300 Thayer St. read, “This Blue State Coffee cafe is closing permanently as of 5 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 17. Thank you for your patronage and for making ...
After years of waiting and speculation, the Fox Point Trader Joe's will have its grand opening next Thursday, Nov. 3. “Moments before doors open at 8 a.m., there will be a brief ceremonial ribbon cutting,” according to a press release from the grocery store chain. “Store Captain Linda Iannitti ...
In the 1960s, the women of Pembroke College were subject to strict rules. They adhered to curfews and conformed to dress codes under the parietal rules enforced at the time. But in 1965, one doctor in University health services made waves by doing what was unthinkable at the time — prescribing ...
The Providence City Council heard testimony from the public Wednesday evening about a proposal to prohibit more than three college students from renting a unit together in the city.
After difficulties with the housing lottery this spring, the Office of Residential Life announced that it will be making changes around the timeline and communication of the selection process, according to an email sent to students Wednesday.