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Science & Research

CS concentrators face unique challenges on campus

This is the first of two stories examining the workings of the University’s largest concentration— the computer science department — its value and its challenges. While Kendrick Tan ’21, a former Herald reporter, was taking computer science classes, it consumed his life. If he was not working ...

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University News

Former National Review editor stresses compromise

Former Executive Editor of the conservative National Review Reihan Salam said that before he became an opinions columnist, he was “always a totally insufferable person,” volunteering his opinions. “This was something that really lost me many friends and made me many enemies,” Salam said. “Then ...

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University News

Former prisoners discuss incarceration

For former Syrian political prisoner Omar Alshogre, the experience of looking into a mirror after his release from prison was shocking — he was unrecognizable to himself, with bloodshot eyes and weighing just 75 pounds. Alshogre was imprisoned in 2012 at the age of 15, and he spent the next three ...

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Metro

R.I. college students navigate politics on different campuses

When Alyssa Cohen enrolled in Providence College she expected a conservative campus because of its Catholic affiliation. But she said she was not anticipating the difficulties that accompanied her liberal views. “It’s hard sometimes,” said Cohen, who is now a sophomore.  “People can be very ...

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