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University News

CareerLAB unveils renovated interior

September 25, 2012 0 comments

Newly completed renovations to the Center for Careers and Life After Brown were formally unveiled Friday, with an opening celebration hosted in the first-floor program space.

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Teach for America draws 36 grads from class of ’12

September 17, 2012 1 comment

Thirty-six members of the class of 2012 joined the Teach for America corps, placing the University tenth in TFA job acceptance rankings among mid-sized schools, according to TFA’s recently released statistics.

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Ambulance outsourcing can incur student EMS fee

September 11, 2012 0 comments

When faced with an emergency – whether alcohol poisoning or a broken leg – the cost of emergency services and insurance co-pays are the last thing on a student’s mind.

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Physical sciences dominate UTRA funds

September 7, 2012 0 comments

Despite University efforts to increase interest from humanities and social science concentrators, summer Undergraduate Teaching and Research Awards remain largely dominated by the physical sciences. 

First-year students listen to President Christina Paxson’s convocation address, which was held in the Pizzitola Center due to rain.

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Paxson urges ‘constructive irreverence’

September 6, 2012 1 comment

Though yesterday’s weather was damp and dispiriting, President Christina Paxson’s Convocation address roused the class of 2016 as she welcomed them to Brown’s 249th academic year.

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Spring Weekend sees sunny skies, few accidents

April 23, 2012 0 comments

The weather did not hold back Spring Weekend this year. Students celebrated performances and sunny skies as headliners Childish Gambino and the Glitch Mob took the stage – outside – for concerts Friday and Saturday on the Main Green.

Arts & Culture

Chinese environmentalist decries spread of desert

April 23, 2012 0 comments

China is under attack – from dust storms. In a talk Thursday, Patrick Lui discussed the far-reaching implications of sand spreading and desertification in China, speaking to about 20 undergraduates and faculty members as part of the Year of China series. The talk was held in the Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, where Lui’s corresponding exhibition, “Green Dragon,” is currently on display.

Prospective students check in at Sayles Hall for A Day on College Hill.

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At ADOCH, admits glimpse life in Brunonia

April 18, 2012 0 comments

About 780 prospective students accepted to the class of 2016 arrived on campus Monday night to spend some time getting to know the University in the annual event A Day on College Hill.

Arts & Culture

‘Blasted’ recounts violent disintegration into chaos

April 16, 2012 0 comments

The director’s note for Blasted reads, “Please do not look away from me. Please take me with you when you

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Spoken word icon performs, inspires

April 6, 2012 0 comments

Anis Mojgani gave a rousing spoken word performance Wednesday night, speaking to a packed audience in Salomon 001. Mojgani’s performance, which coincides with National Poetry Month, was sponsored by Brown’s spoken word troupe Word! and the Brown International Organization.