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Shira Buchsbaum


Letter: Students should use guide to Hay library

To the Editor: The concluding paragraph of Thursday’s article “Hay library houses vast collection,” noted “Fields of Hay,” the recently-launched undergraduate guide to the John Hay Library. As a Special Collections Assistant at the Hay, I created the guide to offer students entry points to ...


Trying togetherness

If the term community implies shared characteristics, values or behaviors, speaking of “the Brown community” today may be an exercise more fraught than ever before. The Brown community has never been more diverse. Need-blind domestic admission began with the class of 2007; the demographics of this ...

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Advocates stress training to address rape culture

Many attempting to address rape culture on campus try to place attention on more than just those who commit sexual assault. As people on college campuses continue to try to identify and understand the environments that foster rape culture on campus, many sexual assault prevention advocates at Brown ...

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Brown reshapes communications strategy

Nov. 1 marked 18 months since Vice President for Communications Cass Cliatt arrived at Brown and helped form the Office of University Communications. With this passage of time has come a marked strategic shift in the University’s communications operations toward prioritizing the active promotion of ...

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BUCC meeting covers Title IX Office updates

Updated Oct. 19, 2016 at 5:09 p.m. The Brown University Community Coalition met Tuesday afternoon to discuss the Title IX Oversight and Advisory Board’s review on the implementation of the Sexual Assault Task Force’s recommendations and general issues relating to sexual assault prevention and education ...

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BUCC addresses diversity, inclusion efforts

The Brown University Community Council met Tuesday afternoon for the first time this semester to discuss new projects and receive updates on major University affairs, including the reaccreditation process and progress on the Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan. Deputy Provost Joseph Meisel began the ...

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U. prepares for NEASC accreditation after decade

This semester, the University is gearing up for its reaccreditation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, a process that will extend until spring 2018. Preparing the report for NEASC is a time- and people-intensive process that requires a steering committee and ultimately the entire ...

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