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Dardashti picked to fill rabbi slot

Michelle Dardashti has been chosen as the next associate University chaplain for the Jewish Community, according to a Hillel press release. Dardashti currently serves as director of community engagement at Temple Beth El, a Conservative congregation in Stamford, Conn. She will start her new position ...


As senators debate, activists protest, react

While state senators debated a bill to legalize same-sex marriage, supporters and opponents filled the State House lobby to make their opinions heard. About 40 or 50 of the bill’s opponents stood in the rotunda carrying signs that said “Same Sex Marriage is Immoral and Unnecessary” and “Marriage ...

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Divestment awaits formal committee proposal

The Advisory Committee on Corporate Responsibility in Investing did not formally recommend divesting from 15 of the largest coal mining and utility companies, said University administrators and faculty members present at the committee’s meeting with President Christina Paxson Wednesday. The meeting ...

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Paxson confirms investment in coal companies

President Christina Paxson acknowledged for the first time that the University is invested in some of the 15 major coal technology companies targeted by the Brown Divest Coal Campaign at a meeting with the members of the campaign, said University officials and students present in the discussions. The ...

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New group aids peers facing U. discipline

When circumstances called on Skylar Albertson ’13 to help his fraternity navigate the University disciplinary process, he found the overwhelming amount of information difficult to process. “It’s complicated at times when you don’t want things to be complicated,” he said. Albertson, vice ...

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Kappa Delta takes place in U. history

The addition of new sorority Kappa Delta will mark the first time in 30 years that a sorority has joined Brown’s Greek system. Originally small organizations within Pembroke College — the University’s former women’s school — sororities have a history that reaches almost as far back as Pembroke ...

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New site sniffs out free food on campus

Students who go off meal plan may face a critical challenge — finding a way to save as much money on food as humanly possible. One group of students has attempted to tackle that problem — a team of four, including juniors from both Brown and the Rhode Island School of Design, launched ...

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