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Senior Orators: Michelle Bailhe

If there is one word to describe how Michelle Bailhe ’15 feels after four years at Brown, it’s “awake.” “That’s probably an odd way to say it, but that’s the best word I can think of,” Bailhe said. “Being more awake personally to my strengths and things I’m trying to work on, but ...

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Earth Week plants seeds of change

As students enjoy the sunny weather, this year’s Earth Week aims to celebrate sustainability efforts at Brown and educate community members about how to contribute. With events such as a solar panel demonstration, trash sorting, composting, bike rides, panel discussions and film screenings, the Earth ...

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Greek pre-college program put on hold

A Brown-sponsored pre-college summer program on the Greek island Naxos has been “paused” due to low enrollment, said Rosario Navarro, director of language area studies and international programs. Other international pre-college programs in Rome, the Spanish city of Segovia and Costa Rica will continue ...

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Students call for greater mental health resources

Students suggested expanding the University’s mental health resources in the wake of the death of Hyoun Ju Sohn GS Tuesday at an open forum Wednesday hosted by the Undergraduate Council of Students. Student representatives from the Mental Health Community Council attended the forum to discuss the ...

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Today in University History: St. Patrick's Day

1964 In anticipation of St. Patrick’s Day, 700 college students, including several from Brown, gathered at the Commodore Hotel in New York City for a “sex orgy,” The Herald reported at the time. Students engaged in “drinking and brawling” and threw Bibles, lamps, ashtrays and other furnishings ...

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Students protest at women leaders panel

Students protesting the University’s handling of cases surrounding the alleged drugging of two female students and sexual assault of one attended “Cracking the Glass Ceiling: Women Presidents and the Changing University” Thursday evening. The event’s roundtable discussion featured President ...

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Greek system alters sexual misconduct policy

Within the next two weeks, all members of Greek organizations will sign a new zero-tolerance sexual misconduct policy mandating yearly bystander training for members and expulsion from Greek organizations for any student found responsible for sexual misconduct, Greek Council members said. Signing the ...

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Public policy program revamped after merger

The University’s public policy program will expand to include two new graduate dual-degree programs and a restructured undergraduate concentration, following the merger of the Taubman Center for Public Policy and American Institutions and the Watson Institute for International Studies, said James ...

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