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Articles by Scott Lowenstein (69)

Interim EMS manager appointed

April 5, 2007 0 comments

Tom Lawrence, who was recently named interim manager of Brown Emergency Medical Services, met Wednesday with student Emergency Medical Technicians to discuss the future of EMS.

Faculty approves Rhodes Center, adult education program

April 4, 2007 0 comments

The faculty approved the creation of the William R. Rhodes Center in International Economics and the establishment of continuing studies certificate programs on a pilot basis in its meeting Tuesday.

Tamer Starf*ck yields little trouble

March 19, 2007 0 comments

Queer Alliance’s Starf*ck dance Saturday experienced fewer problems than in previous years, with better event management and only one student requiring medical attention.

U. names Robert A.M. Stern as fitness center architect

March 19, 2007 0 comments

University officials Friday named Robert A.M. Stern Architects as the designer of the Jonathan Nelson Fitness Center, which is slated to open in 2010.

U. officials prepare for Starf*ck, St. Patrick’s Day

March 16, 2007 0 comments

The combination of Queer Alliance’s Starf*ck party and St. Patrick’s Day on Saturday has prompted University officials to prepare for the potential of a large number of students requiring emergency medical care.

U. officials address EMS turnover, second ambulance

March 16, 2007 0 comments

After months of uncertainty following the departure of Brown Emergency Medical Services’ manager and a supervisor, University officials met Monday with student emergency medical technicians in an attempt to improve communication and create a climate of openness.

Keeney vandalism damage tops $10k this year

March 15, 2007 0 comments

Vandalism in Keeney Quadrangle has cost the University more than $10,000 so far this academic year, prompting a stern e-mail to all Keeney residents Wednesday from student life administrators.

Former prof gets $1.3m from U. over denied tenure

March 14, 2007 0 comments

A former Brown professor who was denied tenure in 1993 will receive about $1.3 million from the University after the state Supreme Court ruled in his favor Monday, ending a decade-long legal battle over the circumstances of his denial of tenure, the Providence Journal reported Tuesday.

SDS protests Raytheon at career fair

March 7, 2007 0 comments

Sixteen members of the Brown chapter of Students for a Democratic Society protested inside Sayles Hall Tuesday over defense contractor Raytheon’s presence at the spring career fair.

$190m budget will fuel two years of campus construction

March 2, 2007 0 comments

Brown’s campus will get a dramatic facelift over the next two years, thanks to an extensive slate of facilities projects approved by the Corporation during its meeting last weekend. The approved projects are part of a $190 million capital budget discussed by the Corporation last weekend.

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