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Archival project sheds light on Brazil-U.S. relations

Researchers and students all over the world can now access thousands of U.S. State Department documents about Brazil at the click of a button.

Women’s rugby rises to become varsity sport

The women’s rugby club team will be elevated to full varsity status in the fall.

Poll shows gubernatorial candidates neck and neck

The Taubman Center for Public Policy and American Institutions released a poll Thursday that shows gubernatorial candidates in a statistical tie.

New institute uses social lens to study environment

A new Institute for the Study of Environment and Society will launch next fall, the University announced Monday.

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Adrift in the Ocean State

For Rhode Island’s homeless population, service providers offer some answers — and some obstacles.

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‘Medea’ brings ancient feud to Brown

From the lofty parapet of Mount Olympus to the tortured currents of the River Styx, the gods have no fury like a woman scorned.

‘Iolanthe’ is the seventh of Gilbert and Sullivan’s 14 comedic operas produced between 1871 and 1896.

Gilbert and Sullivan hits high note with ‘Iolanthe’

The comic opera focuses on forbidden love between a fairy and the half-mortal Strephon.

Editorial: Abolish legacy status as an admission consideration

It is time to respond to the majority of Brown students’ beliefs and abolish legacy status as an admission consideration.

Powers '15: Comfort and oppression

Oppression used to mean something. Now it can mean nothing more than encountering disagreement from a straight white male.

Rattner '15: No such thing as isolationism

National issues should be discussed with regard to how they affect not only the United States but also the rest of the world.

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Speakers said periods of “modern citizenship” and clientelism drive India’s political issues, though its democracy has survived longer than expected.

Writers discuss India’s development

April 16, 2014 | 0 comments