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LGBTQ students note feelings of inadequacy

A March 2-3 Herald poll revealed that students who identify as LGBTQ experience greater feelings of inadequacy than their counterparts in a variety of categories. Respondents answered the question “Do you feel inadequate relative to other Brown students?” Among the undergraduates surveyed, 32.6 ...

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Mailroom to be renovated by 2016

Renovations to the mailroom, improvements to mental health procedures, adjustments to alcohol and social event policies and the Task Force on Sexual Assault’s final report were all key points of discussion at a Brown University Community Council meeting Tuesday. Elizabeth Gentry, Mail Services’ ...

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Journalism students capture Nicaraguan life

Students presented their first forays into international reporting as part of their academic spring break trip to Nicaragua at the Watson Institute for International Studies Wednesday. Led by former New York Times correspondent Stephen Kinzer, a journalist in residence at the Watson Institute, the trip ...

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Jabberwocks hone musical talents during Hong Kong tour

On Sunday, the jet-lagged yet appreciative members of the a capella group the Jabberwocks returned from a two-week tour in Hong Kong, where they sang at the Hong Kong International A Cappella Festival. Out of the 16 group members, eight left for the tour on March 13, and the other eight met them when ...

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‘I Could Not See to See’ captures artist’s vision

John Dugdale, a blind photographer, discussed the significance of his photos with regards to the human condition in an event entitled “I Could Not See to See,” hosted by the Cogut Center for the Humanities Wednesday. The second-time event was organized by Associate Professor of English Jacques Khalip, ...

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Brown to offer five online courses this summer

The School of Professional Studies will offer five online undergraduate courses this summer, marking an uptick from last year’s two. Each course will last seven weeks and provide full semester credit. James Chansky, director of summer session and pre-college programs at the School of Professional ...

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Campus reacts to new details in Phi Psi case

As new details surrounding the Phi Kappa Psi case broke across campus Wednesday, many students reacted with frustration at what they perceived as the University’s lack of transparency. Others stressed the importance of respecting the two female students who reported being served a drink containing ...

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This Week in Higher Ed: March 4, 2015

Erskine College clarifies anti-gay statement Erskine College, a private Christian college in Due West, South Carolina released a follow-up statement Friday clarifying its controversial Feb. 20 statement decried same-sex and extramarital sexual relationships on campus, the Washington Post reported Friday. The ...

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