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Schoolwork, advocacy place strain on student activists

Two weeks ago, the University released the final version of its diversity and inclusion action plan, which could not have been compiled without the exhaustive efforts of students throughout last semester. “There are people breaking down, dropping out of classes and failing classes because of the activism ...

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Students follow campaign trail to New Hampshire

While Sen. Bernie Sanders, D-VT, and Donald Trump may have won their respective primaries Tuesday night in New Hampshire, the many campaigns on both sides could not have been run without the support of student volunteers — including many from Brown — who spent their weekends canvassing through the ...

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Campus life holds diversity retreat

The Office of Campus Life and Student Services arranged a day-long retreat for its staff Jan. 19, holding workshops to create an open atmosphere for discussing matters related to diversity and inclusion. The retreat, which was open to all staff members from campus life, bore the title of “Social Justice ...

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Students protest Hillel-sponsored lecture

Conversation between Michael Douglas and Natan Sharansky during Thursday night’s “Jewish Journeys” lecture in Salomon 101 took place amid a protest led by Students for Justice in Palestine. The lecture, organized by the Brown/RISD Hillel and sponsored by the Genesis Prize Foundation, Hillel International ...

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Sanders’ supporters nearly double Clinton’s

As candidates for the 2016 presidential election debate and campaign for the nominations in their respective parties, Brown students remain strong supporters of Democratic candidates Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, according a poll conducted by The Herald last month. About ...

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ACLU criticizes school resource officer role

Steven Brown, executive director of the Rhode Island chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, wrote a letter to the Pawtucket School District urging it to reconsider the presence of school resource officers in its schools, as well as the current Memorandum of Understanding between the school district ...

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Racist flyers found near campus

Racist and anti-Semitic flyers were found in bags on the East Side of Providence near campus Oct. 15, prompting Providence Police to shut down several blocks around Hope and Methyl streets. Law enforcement officials found the flyers inside bags that appeared to contain white rice in the Blackstone neighborhood. ...

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Bookstore pop-up supports local artists, economy

A new pop-up inside the Brown Bookstore, Brown Shops Local, was launched earlier this month. The shop sells products ranging from jewlery to tote bags to greeting cards, all created by local artists.  Situated next to the seating area of Blue State Coffee, the shop’s merchandise reflects themes such ...

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