The University requested Monday that Providence’s City Solicitor’s Office dismiss the charges against the 20 Jewish students who were arrested after staging a sit-in at University Hall earlier this month, President Christina Paxson P’19 P’MD’20 told The Herald. The city has agreed to drop ...
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Sam Levine is a University News editor from Brooklyn, New York overseeing the staff and student labor and on-campus activism beats. He is a junior concentrating in International and Public Affairs.
Brown administrators discuss protest policies, divestment, supporting students in light of Nov. 8 arrestsBy Sam Levine | November 20
Senior Vice President Cass Cliatt says the University will not take actions that express political views
The Department of Public Safety arrested 20 Jewish students who participated in a sit-in at University Hall Wednesday evening. The students, who entered earlier that afternoon, refused to willingly leave the building until President Christina Paxson P’19 P’MD’20 publicly committed to “include ...
Twenty Jewish students began a sit-in at University Hall Wednesday afternoon, demanding that the University administration and President Christina Paxson P’19 P’MD’20 support a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war and divest Brown’s endowment from “companies that enable war crimes in Gaza.” ...
Between Oct. 10 and 12, Herald staffers surveyed over 1,100 undergraduate students on topics ranging from demographics and lifestyle to support for campus and national leaders. Some of the poll’s notable findings are highlighted below.
Community members shared religious prayers, anonymous student testimonies
Recent violence in Israel and Gaza, students told The Herald, has reverberated through campus — leading them to seek community and space to mourn.
Indigenous academic activists from Russia spoke about how the ongoing war in Ukraine has impacted Indigenous communities.