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Lindsay Gantz


The Setonian
Opinions

Letter: Hermano Fortes feature falls short

To the Editor: “Hermano Fortes finds family at hockey rink” (Nov. 11) is a short-sighted, one-dimensional article that was published carelessly on the front page of The Herald Friday. The Herald clearly intended to publish a heartwarming, behind-the-scenes piece about a beloved Facilities worker. ...

The Setonian
Opinions

Letter: Leave mental illness diagnoses to experts

To the Editor: In his Nov. 23 column, Chad Simon ’16 described his experiences with depression and mental health services at Brown. He went on to discuss his thoughts on how mental health issues should be viewed and dealt with on college campuses. Overall, his arguments are rooted in anecdotal evidence, ...

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Alums fly from University nest, only to return

Ask a group of undergraduates why they applied to Brown and most will give similar answers: the open curriculum, high-quality faculty or an affinity for Providence, among others. Though many students enjoy their time on College Hill, most use their undergraduate experience as a gateway to future careers. ...

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Metro

Minority populations face high juvenile detention rates

This series explores the racial dynamics of Rhode Island’s school-to-prison pipeline. This story, the second of three, examines disproportionate juvenile detention rates that black and Hispanic students encounter. Black males in Rhode Island were 9.3 times as likely to end up in juvenile detention ...

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Metro

Barber shop, kabob restaurant join Thayer

In the wake of neighborhood favorite Spats’ closing, new additions to Thayer Street this semester are slated to include a barber shop and a kabob wrap restaurant, owners of various Thayer establishments said. Walter L. Bronhard Real Estate purchased the building Spats occupied for eight years Nov. ...

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University News

Chernow ’79 selected as next finance VP

Barbara Chernow ’79 will succeed Beppie Huidekoper as the next executive vice president for finance and administration effective March 1, President Christina Paxson P’19 announced in a community-wide email Friday. The appointment concludes a search that began in August, when Huidekoper announced ...

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University News

U. plans for upcoming capital campaign

Over the past year, the administration has touted Brown’s 250th anniversary celebrations as opportunities to rally school spirit and reflect on the institution’s history. But the festivities also serve another purpose: an impetus for the whirlwind of fundraising and alum outreach currently underway ...

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