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Bhaskar ’21: Contemplating the future of academic objectivity

Over the past two years, identity politics have trickled into the curricula of university settings worldwide. At face value, such movements appear well-intentioned.
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Pre-college programs to be held on campus this summer

The University intends to run its annual Summer@Brown and Leadership Institute pre-college programs in person at limited capacity this summer.
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RI to hold vaccination weekends for residents of color

In order to reduce the racial disparity in COVID-19 vaccination rates in Rhode Island, the state will hold two mass vaccination weekends for residents of color in the state.
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VP Carey discusses student COVID-19 vaccine requirement for fall, COVID-19 protocol moving forward

Sixteen University community members tested positive for COVID-19 through the asymptomatic testing program from April 1 to April 7, Executive Vice President for Planning and Policy Russell Carey ’91 …
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Pandemic Journaling Project enables ordinary people to write their own history

In an effort to record the voices of ordinary people during the COVID-19 pandemic, Assistant Professor of Anthropology Katherine Mason and Sarah Willen, associate professor of anthropology at Univers…
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Phoebe Bridgers, KAYTRANADA, KeiyaA to perform at Spring Weekend

Earlier today, the Brown Concert Agency announced that Phoebe Bridgers, KAYTRANADA and KeiyaA will be performing at Saturday night’s Spring Weekend concert. After being cancelled last year, the annua…
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“Godzilla vs. Kong” showcases feel-good fisticuffs extravaganza between legendary rivals

As the fourth installment in Warner Bros. and Legendary Entertainment’s MonsterVerse franchise — a shared cinematic universe which began with the 2014 “Godzilla” — “Godzilla vs. Kong” is an incredibl…
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Brown University Shuttle drivers navigate new routes during spring semester

On weeknights, Brown University Shuttle driver Danilo Paulino takes buses of students back and forth between downtown Providence and Brown’s campus on College Hill, each passenger masked and seated s…
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Women’s crew rings in return of Brown athletics with victory over URI

Until Saturday, no Brown athletic team had competed for 388 days due to the suspension of sports during the COVID-19 pandemic. But with a victory over the University of Rhode Island and a sweep of al…
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Restaurant Map

The Herald made this map to provide University students with a resource for eating around College Hill. This list is non-exhaustive and intended to be built upon; if you have suggestions or correctio…
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Fuad ’23 and Sloan ‘23.5: Opacity, delays and power imbalances thwart Brown’s PPSD Fund Committee

In 2007, Brown drew national attention for promising to account for its role in the transatlantic slave trade. One of these promises brought forth the Fund for the Education of the Children of Provid…
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“We need to pause”: R.I. legislators discuss charter school moratorium

In a March 29 op-ed for The Providence Journal, Rhode Island Gov. Dan McKee criticized a proposed three-year moratorium on charter schools, which are institutions that receive government funding but …
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News: Re-Entry

Our last blog, entitled “Openings,” looked with anticipation toward the time – which seems to be fast approaching — when congregate nutrition programs throughout the nation will open once again and…
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Local child care services adapt to pandemic

Rhode Island schools and child care organizations bore the brunt of reworking their programming, looking for ways to both serve these families’ needs and maintain some profit with an unprecedented in…
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FDA-approved implant provides alternative ACL tear treatment

A newly approved medical implant — Bridge-Enhanced® ACL Repair — is providing an alternate treatment for Anterior Cruciate Ligament tears.
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