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Articles by Kori Schulman (5)

Exam cram

December 5, 2006 0 comments

Students camped out in the Sciences Library Monday in preparation for reading period and finals.

Election 2006 slideshow

November 8, 2006 0 comments

Sex Power Swing

November 3, 2006 0 comments

Gail Rosen ’09 and Daniel Byers ’08 practiced their lifts during a Brown Swing Club event last night in Leung Gallery.

Best in show

October 27, 2005 0 comments

Amber Valley Ridge Alpacas employee and Brown food service pastry chef Daniel Tortorella helps A.I., one of the three Alpacas at the country fair, demonstrate his hurdles.

School desegregation

February 11, 2005 0 comments

Professor of Sociology John Logan spoke yesterday about the partial desegregation of U.S. public schools. Early studies suggested that efforts to desegregate schools might be neutralized by white flight to other districts. However, metropolitan-level school segregation has declined substantially between 1970 and 1990, he said.

Multimedia by Kori Schulman (17)

The practice of packaging supplemental materials with textbooks has in part led to rising prices in recent years.
Students gathered on the steps of Faunce House on Saturday to demand the University's divestment from Sudan.
Grammy- and Tony-nominated slam poet and spoken-word artist Staceyann Chin performed six poems about sexuality, race and religion to open Multiracial Heritage Week Wednesday night.
Stephen Stedman , special adviser to the U.N. secretary-general, said that, despite its portrayal in the media,  the U.N. World Summit deserved a B+.  "Compared to others, though, an A+,  because leaders actually did something," he said.
Assistant Dean for Summer and Continuing Studies John Caron welcomes about a quarter of the 100 students that Brown admitted from schools closed by Hurricane Katrina.
Brian Faas ´05  romances a veddy Elizabethan Lucy DeVito ´05 in "Compleat Female Stage Beauty."
The Vagina Monologues opened Thursday night with a sold-out performance in Alumnae Hall.
Widely published author and Harvard English professor Jamaica Kincaid read to a full house in Sayles Hall Thursday night.
As part of the Black History Month celebration on campus, SOCA, ASA, OUAP and the Third World Center sponsored a panel on "What is Blackness".
Presidential candidate Ralph Nader filled Salomon 101 to capacity Wednesday, where he commented on the state of politics.