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Thomas Tisch ’76 is the Chancellor of the Corporation of Brown University and a partner at Four Partners, a private investment firm in New York City. He has served on the boards of numerous philanthropic and educational institutions. Brown Politica...

BPR Interviews: Thomas Tisch

Thomas Tisch ’76 is the Chancellor of the Corporation of Brown University and a partner at Four Partners, a private investment firm in New York City. He has served on the boards of numerous philanthropic and educational institutions. Brown Politica...

Gina Raimondo was elected to be Rhode Island’s next governor in the 2014 elections. She is the first Democrat to be elected to the position in over a decade and will be the state’s first female governor. The interview was conducted for BP...

BPR Interview: Gina Raimondo

Gina Raimondo was elected to be Rhode Island’s next governor in the 2014 elections. She is the first Democrat to be elected to the position in over a decade and will be the state’s first female governor. The interview was conducted for BP...

Allan Fung was the Republican candidate for Rhode Island Governor. Fung has been Mayor of Cranston since 2009 and was the first Asian American mayor in the state. He lost in the 2014 gubernatorial election to Democrat Gina Raimondo. The interview wa...

BPR Interview: Allan Fung

Allan Fung was the Republican candidate for Rhode Island Governor. Fung has been Mayor of Cranston since 2009 and was the first Asian American mayor in the state. He lost in the 2014 gubernatorial election to Democrat Gina Raimondo. The interview wa...

Dr. Dan Harrop ’76 MD ‘79 is the Republican candidate for Mayor of Providence. He serves as the Founding Chairman of the Rhode Island GOP Liberty Caucus, and as the Chairman of the Rhode Island Center for Freedom. He recently sat down with BPR...

BPR Interview: Dan Harrop

Dr. Dan Harrop ’76 MD ‘79 is the Republican candidate for Mayor of Providence. He serves as the Founding Chairman of the Rhode Island GOP Liberty Caucus, and as the Chairman of the Rhode Island Center for Freedom. He recently sat down with BPR...

Vincent Albert “Buddy” Cianci, Jr. was first elected as Mayor of Providence in 1974. After a total of 21 years in office over the course of six terms, he became the city’s longest serving mayor. He’s currently running for a seventh term as an...

BPR Interview: Buddy Cianci

Vincent Albert “Buddy” Cianci, Jr. was first elected as Mayor of Providence in 1974. After a total of 21 years in office over the course of six terms, he became the city’s longest serving mayor. He’s currently running for a seventh term as an...

Jorge Elorza is the democratic candidate running for Mayor of Providence. A Providence native and graduate of Classical High School, Elorza holds degrees from University of Rhode Island and Harvard University in accounting and law respectively. After...

BPR Interview: Jorge Elorza

Jorge Elorza is the democratic candidate running for Mayor of Providence. A Providence native and graduate of Classical High School, Elorza holds degrees from University of Rhode Island and Harvard University in accounting and law respectively. After...

Annette Lopez ’14 recently sat down with the Mayor of Providence, Angel Taveras. Mr. Taveras is currently running as the potential Democratic candidate for the governorship of Rhode Island. Brown Political Review: You’re currently running for ...

BPR Interview: Angel Taveras

Annette Lopez ’14 recently sat down with the Mayor of Providence, Angel Taveras. Mr. Taveras is currently running as the potential Democratic candidate for the governorship of Rhode Island. Brown Political Review: You’re currently running for ...

Aaron Regunberg ’12, a community organizer in Providence, talks to Brown Political Review’s Omar Ben Halim. Regunberg is the Executive Director of Hope United, a student-led organization at Hope High School aimed at organizing social progr...

BPR Interview: Aaron Regunberg

Aaron Regunberg ’12, a community organizer in Providence, talks to Brown Political Review’s Omar Ben Halim. Regunberg is the Executive Director of Hope United, a student-led organization at Hope High School aimed at organizing social progr...

Elizabeth Roberts ’78 is the 68th Lieutenant Governor of Rhode Island. Roberts became the first woman to hold the position when she was elected in 2006, first serving under Republican Governor Donald Carcieri, and now serving under Governor Cha...

BPR Interview: Lt. Gov. Elizabeth Roberts

Elizabeth Roberts ’78 is the 68th Lieutenant Governor of Rhode Island. Roberts became the first woman to hold the position when she was elected in 2006, first serving under Republican Governor Donald Carcieri, and now serving under Governor Cha...

Allan Fung is the mayor of Cranston, Rhode Island. Elected in 2008, Fung previously served as City-Wide Councilman and was a prosecutor in the Rhode Island Office of the Attorney General from 1999 to 2001. Interview by Emily Gelber Mayor Fung poses w...

BPR Interview: Mayor Allan Fung

Allan Fung is the mayor of Cranston, Rhode Island. Elected in 2008, Fung previously served as City-Wide Councilman and was a prosecutor in the Rhode Island Office of the Attorney General from 1999 to 2001. Interview by Emily Gelber Mayor Fung poses w...

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee ’75 is the 74th Governor of Rhode Island. Elected in 2010 on a platform of increasing government transparency and economic revitalization, Chafee will likely face challengers from both the left and right in his upcoming r...

BPR Interview: Governor Lincoln Chafee

Governor Lincoln D. Chafee ’75 is the 74th Governor of Rhode Island. Elected in 2010 on a platform of increasing government transparency and economic revitalization, Chafee will likely face challengers from both the left and right in his upcoming r...