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Warren '09: Brown can still be a leader on climate change

On Feb. 25, 2006, I gathered with more than 40 students on a cold Saturday morning on the then-Faunce House steps, urging the Corporation to divest Brown’s assets from foreign companies aiding the Sudanese government’s genocidal campaign in Darfur. At the conclusion of the rally, which was the pinnacle ...

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Scott Warren '09: Taking risks

What makes watching a sporting event exciting is that you have no idea what the end result is going to be. A baseball team can be down four runs in the bottom of the ninth inning and hit five home runs for a miraculous win. A football team can march down the length of the field in less than a minute ...

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Scott Warren '09: Where did all the people go?

Old science fiction TV shows and movies used to depict the future as a place where it would be extremely easy to interact with other people. Shows like "The Jetsons" introduced visual phone calls and immediate transport devices that would ensure we could talk to a person face-to-face whenever we needed ...

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Scott Warren '09: Saving lives, not worlds

A few weeks ago, I asked a friend what she wanted to accomplish with her life. After a few moments of thought, she claimed that she wanted to "save a human life." Although I didn't think much about her answer at the time, I later realized how thoughtful and unique her response actually was.

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Scott Warren '09: Corporation must fully divest from Sudan

Tomorrow morning, the Brown Corporation will convene to vote on the issue of divesting from companies currently conducting business in Sudan. Because of the genocide occurring in Sudan's Darfur region, these companies are explicitly providing capital used by the Sudanese government to systematically ...

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Scott Warren '09: A few thousand maniacs

On Thursday, January 26, at 12:30 p.m., about 30 Brown students decided to lie down near Faunce Arch. Confused students observed signs telling them that these fanatics represented the 400,000 dead in Darfur, a region in western Sudan. Other signs urged the United States to send a multinational force ...

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Scott Warren '09:Brown must divest from Sudan to help stop genocide

On Oct. 7, the Darfur Action Network's work to raise awareness about genocide in Sudan culminated with the Darfur Fast: a luxury fast through which hundreds showed their solidarity for the genocide victims. Despite the obvious benefits of increased awareness throughout campus and in the Providence community, ...

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Acting to end genocide

Four hundred thousand are dead. Five hundred more are dying every day. This is the current situation in Darfur, Sudan, where a government-sponsored genocide has decimated the population. Government planes destroy villages, militias rape women and upwards of 3 million people have lost their homes. The ...

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