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Young '19: What’s in a dinner?

Last week, the Brown community was rocked by an article in the Providence Journal detailing the role that the University played in coordinating a dinner for well-connected students hosted by a wealthy donor. Naturally, these allegations dominated our campus dialogue for the better part of a week. In ...

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Young ’19.5: Vote yes on #FullDisclosure

Today, the Brown community will be faced with a fundamental choice. Between 12 p.m. Tuesday and 12 p.m. Thursday, we will be able to vote on not only a new set of candidates for the Undergraduate Council of Students and the Undergraduate Finance Board, but also on a ballot referendum to re-examine the ...

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Students protest alum’s performance

A group of about 15 students protested a performance by Carrie Grossman ’00, entitled “An Evening of Devotional Music” Thursday night. The performance was held in Smith-Buonanno Hall and was advertised as an “intimate evening of inquiry, music and meditation,” according to the description ...

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Bill Clinton campaigns for Hillary Clinton at CCRI

In preparation for Rhode Island’s primary April 26, former President Bill Clinton spoke to a crowd of students and community members at a rally for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign at the Community College of Rhode Island’s Knight Campus in Warwick Thursday. Bill Clinton spoke ...


Gorbea talks online voter registration law

Rhode Island Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea joined the Brown Democrats Tuesday for a forum on the new Rhode Island legislation that allows voters to register to vote or update their information online. Gov. Gina Raimondo signed the bill March 30, according to a press release. As a result of the new ...


Taubman poll finds Trump, Clinton lead in R.I.

The Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy released two public opinion polls Feb. 25 about the 2016 Rhode Island presidential primaries, which will take place April 26. The polls found that Hillary Clinton holds a nine-point lead over U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, D-VT, and Donald Trump leads the ...

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Mandel to lead search for dean of admission

Dean of the College Maud Mandel will lead the search for a new dean of admission, announced Provost Richard Locke P’17 in a community-wide email Friday. This announcement follows the news that Jim Miller ’73, the current dean of admission, will retire at the end of this academic year after more ...


Former owner of Shark arraigned in bribery case

Former owner of Shark Bar and Grille on Thayer Street, Raymond Hugh, was arraigned Wednesday on charges of bribery of a public official. Hugh was indicted by a grand jury Oct. 30. Gordon Fox, Rhode Island’s former Speaker of the House, pleaded guilty to charges of accepting bribes March 3, The Herald ...

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