Brown may restrict events after Kelly disruption
By The Associated Press
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) _ Brown University’s president says the Ivy League school may stop allowing the public to attend certain events after protesters last year shut down a speech by then-New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly.
Christina Paxson said this week that while Brown usually keeps events open to the broader
Several Brown students and members of the
Several people at Brown say it’s a change in policy, although a Brown spokeswoman says it is not.
Some said they’re concerned it will cut off the university from the community. Others said it was a reasonable approach.
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