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On February 5, Providence community advocates, leaders, and residents gathered to encourage unity and condemn bigotry in response to racist flyers that were disseminated near Brown University’s campus. The college’s president, Christina Paxson, r...

Racist Flyers at Brown University

On February 5, Providence community advocates, leaders, and residents gathered to encourage unity and condemn bigotry in response to racist flyers that were disseminated near Brown University’s campus. The college’s president, Christina Paxson, r...

A humanoid robot named Sophia has become quite the celebrity as of late. A product of Hanson Robotics, Sophia has made appearances on various television shows—flashing an eerie smile while playing rock, paper, scissors on The Tonight Show with Jimm...

Man, Machine, and Boundaries between

A humanoid robot named Sophia has become quite the celebrity as of late. A product of Hanson Robotics, Sophia has made appearances on various television shows—flashing an eerie smile while playing rock, paper, scissors on The Tonight Show with Jimm...

A line delivered at the 69th annual Emmys this year had viewers questioning if they were watching an awards show or the dystopian Black Mirror; former Press Secretary of the White House Sean Spicer rolled out on a podium — in a clear reference to S...

Where Hollywood Meets Washington

A line delivered at the 69th annual Emmys this year had viewers questioning if they were watching an awards show or the dystopian Black Mirror; former Press Secretary of the White House Sean Spicer rolled out on a podium — in a clear reference to S...