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Speakers call for racial justice in R.I. sister rally

Rhode Island’s March for Racial Justice, one of the 18 marches that took place across the nation this weekend, kicked off at India Point Park Sunday afternoon with about 450 people. The Rhode Island march featured 14 speakers, who highlighted both state-specific and national issues regarding race ...

The Setonian
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University, Pokanoket agree to create land trust

The University and the Pokanoket Nation reached an agreement Sept. 21 to put a portion of the Bristol land in a preservation trust, wrote Russell Carey ’91 MA’06, executive vice president for planning and policy, in a community-wide email on Monday. The trust will be accessible not only to the Pokanoket ...

The Setonian
University News

Judge rules Title IX only protects U. members

Updated Sept. 22 1:55 p.m A lawsuit against the University filed by a non-Brown student who was allegedly sexually assaulted by three Brown football players was dismissed by a federal judge Sept. 6, who ruled that third party students are not protected by Title IX at a school they are unaffiliated with. In ...

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University News

Faculty panel talks white nationalism in U.S.

A faculty panel discussed the existence of white nationalism in the United States in the wake of Charlottesville in front of a packed Salomon 101 Wednesday evening. The panel was moderated by President Christina Paxson P’19. The panel did not aim to discuss specifics of or the political response to ...

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Metro

Marching, Pokanoket demand U. return land

Members and supporters of the Pokanoket Nation marched Tuesday from Brown Street Park to the University demanding the reclamation of University-owned property in Bristol. Approximately 40 people attended the march and chanted next to the Van Wickle Gates as first-years entered for convocation. The protest ...

The Setonian
University News

Rene Davis appointed Title IX program officer

Rene Davis will serve as the University’s Title IX program officer starting July 17, wrote Russell Carey '91 MA’06, executive vice president for planning and policy, in a community-wide email May 18. Davis will replace former Title IX Program Officer Amanda Walsh, who stepped down in January after ...

The Setonian
University News

Paxson initiates new climate change task force

In response to recommendations  made by the Advisory Committee on Corporate Responsibility in Investment Policies, President Christina Paxson P’19 announced plans to create a task force to address climate change and environmental concerns in University business and investment practices as well as ...

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