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Al-Salem ’17: Twenty-something

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Al-Salem ’17: Twenty-something

February 4, 2016 0 comments

My phone cover is currently a quote that says, “Nothing will ruin your 20s more than thinking you should have your life together already.”

Torey Malatia, CEO of RIPR, explains split with WBEZ

Metro

Torey Malatia, CEO of RIPR, explains split with WBEZ

February 3, 2016 0 comments

Rhode Island Public Radio finds its home within a manila-folder, commonplace office that does not reflect the personality of the station’s newest CEO.

Students abroad manage financial challenges while paying home tuition

University News

Students abroad manage financial challenges while paying home tuition

December 2, 2015 0 comments

Apart from selecting classes and a location, some students studying abroad have to consider the financial burden of living abroad for a semester or year.

Test essay scores optional for class of 2021 onwards

University News

Test essay scores optional for class of 2021 onwards

October 21, 2015 8 comments

The Office of Admission will no longer require applicants to submit the essay portions of the SAT or ACT, starting in fall 2016.

Talk examines negative repercussions of New York’s High Line project

Arts & Culture

Talk examines negative repercussions of New York’s High Line project

September 30, 2015 0 comments

The High Line project was designed to revive the “so-called dead space.”

Brown teams, coaches face insufficient funds

Sports

Brown teams, coaches face insufficient funds

April 9, 2015 4 comments

Total 2013-14 expenses that can be traced directly to varsity athletics programs were $11,285,796 — last in the Ivy League.

Providence bakeries, coffee shop earn sweet victory

Metro

Providence bakeries, coffee shop earn sweet victory

April 9, 2015 0 comments

Readers of Travel and Leisure Magazine ranked Providence second on a list of America’s Best Cities for Sweet Tooths that was released April 1.

Study examines yoga as depression therapy during, after pregnancy

Science & Research

Study examines yoga as depression therapy during, after pregnancy

April 2, 2015 0 comments

Results from an open trial studying the effect yoga has on pregnant women with depression indicates that yoga could serve as therapy to reduce symptoms.

‘Giant kangaroos’ may have walked

Science & Research

‘Giant kangaroos’ may have walked

October 22, 2014 0 comments

A prehistoric family of kangaroos may have once walked on two feet, according to a new study by Professor of Biology Christine Janis.