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Number of TRI-Lab applications holds steady

The University received approximately twice the number of applicants for the number of spots available in the 2015 TRI-Lab by the Oct. 19 deadline.

Poll shows Raimondo, Fung tied for governor’s seat

A week before the Nov. 4 general election, gubernatorial candidates Democrat Gina Raimondo and Republican Allan Fung are in a statistical tie for the lead.

Ballot question aims to raise public transit funds

If passed, Rhode Island’s Question 6 would authorize the state government to issue $35 million in bonds to improve public transportation infrastructure.

Edgewood Yacht Club site to house new marine education center

Moses Brown School received an anonymous $1.5 million donation to a new Sailing and Marine Education Center in Cranston.

Stand Up for Grad Students: To UMich students, concerning Mark Schlissel

We stand in solidarity with students at Michigan who have critiqued the policies of their new president and Brown’s former provost, Mark Schlissel.

Brown Democrats: Raimondo for governor, Elorza for mayor

This election is a crucial one: We have the chance to elect the state’s first female governor and to usher in a new age for the city we love.

Makhlouf ’16: Civility and its discontents

While I stand with the protesters, their demands and their fury, shutting down speakers implicates us in civility’s long and ugly history.

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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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‘Violet’ finds meaning in the skin-deep

“Violet,” directed by Skylar Fox ’15, deals with problems of appearance, and avoiding the cliche, it does not discredit the power of the superficial.

‘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.

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Undergrads favor student rep on Corp.

Undergrads favor student rep on Corp.

October 30, 2014 | 0 comments