A Jan. 12 revision to the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act has prompted museums, including Brown’s Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, to implement changes and undergo repatriation procedures in recent years.
Sophia WotmanSenior Staff Writer
Sophia Wotman is a Senior Staff Writer covering the Affinity & Activism beat under University News. She is a sophomore from Long Island, New York studying Political Science and Music with an interest in women’s rights. She is a jazz trumpet player, and you’ll often find her performing on campus and around Providence.
The Center for Philosophy, Politics and Economics hosted a Wednesday evening event at which panelists addressed affirmative action and anti-discrimination policies in the college admissions process. Titled “After Affirmative Action: Democracy and the University,” the event constitutes another component ...
Brown Sunrise members interrupt Nikki Haley presidential events, protest candidate’s climate policiesBy Sophia Wotman | January 30
On Jan. 20, three members of Brown’s chapter of Sunrise — an environmental activist organization — staged a series of interruptions at the New Hampshire Republican primaries to protest the climate policies of Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley.
Founded in September 2023, the Brown Latine Leadership Council is a new club dedicated to uniting the Latine community on campus.
Overdose prevention centers are not associated with increased crime or disorder, despite safety concerns surrounding the sites, according to a recent study co-led by a Brown researcher.