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DPS forum to be held over spring break

The Department of Public Safety will face assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies March 29, according to a University press release. The assessment will include a public information session and forum March 30, which is during the University’s spring break. Those ...

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BUSPA votes ‘no confidence’ in DPS leaders

Members of the Brown University Security Patrolpersons’ Association conducted a secret ballot vote of “no confidence” in Chief of Police Mark Porter and Deputy Chief of Police Paul Shanley of Brown University’s Department of Public Safety Jan. 18, according to BUSPA President Justin Pace. Motions ...


New year brings changes to Thayer’s restaurant scene

Over the past month, Thayer Street eateries SnoTea Caffè and Skewers have closed, with SnoTea closed permanently. The Herald could not confirm that Skewers will not reopen, though the restaurant’s windows remain shrouded in brown paper. Neither restaurant has announced the reasons behind its decision. “We ...


Urban studies bus tour surveys street art

Students, faculty members and community members got a glimpse of Providence’s street art as part of the second installment of the annual Urban Studies Program Bus Tour Series. Led by Stefano Bloch, a postdoctoral fellow in urban studies, Friday’s one-and-a-half-hour tour examined street art — ...

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Studying by sunset: Students on night classes

Most students fill their shopping carts and schedules with courses that meet during the morning and afternoon. But for a smaller group of students, classes continue after the sun sets. This semester, the University is offering nine courses that meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:40-8 p.m. These courses ...

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University Snapchat account tells community stories

Brown students can now add a new friend on Snapchat: the University. The Office of Communications introduced its own Snapchat account last month, giving current students, prospective students and alums a firsthand glimpse of life at Brown in micro-video form. “Historically, user-generated video has ...

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