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CS department grapples with collaboration policy, diversity

This is the second of two stories examining the workings of the University’s largest concentration — the computer science department — its value and its challenges. Like many computer science students, Chelsey Serrano ’22 is finishing up a two-part CS intro sequence with help from close friends, ...

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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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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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Formula racing team prepares for annual Michigan race

The first year Coby Benheim ’19 and Gabe Weedon ’19 went to Michigan to race their car, it blew up. “Our freshman year was a rough time,” said Weedon, a lead on the Brown Formula Racing Team. “The car was super late, and then it blew up and all the seniors were really angry about it.” “We ...

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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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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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