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Articles by Anna Millman (15)

CS concentrators down since dot-com bubble burst

April 19, 2007 Comments are Disabled

The number of students graduating from Brown with a concentration in computer science was at a 10-year low last year, part of a national downward trend in the number of college students studying the subject.

OLEEP, 10 years after founding, brings Met students to nature

April 10, 2007 Comments are Disabled

The Outdoor Leadership and Environmental Education Project – a program that matches students from the Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical Center, a local charter school, with Brown student mentors – will mark its 10th anniversary this year.

Cooking up a ‘co-op’ on the Green

March 21, 2007 Comments are Disabled

This semester, 15 sophomores and juniors – tired of the University’s dining options – have scaled down their meal plans and pooled the extra money in a bank account to cook nightly dinners as an unofficial co-operative.

Buckland speaks on developing HPV vaccine

February 23, 2007 Comments are Disabled

One of the creators of Gardasil, pharmaceutical giant Merck’s widely discussed vaccine for the human papillomavirus – a sexually transmitted disease that is a major cause of cervical cancer – spoke Thursday in Salomon 001 on the scientific process of creating the vaccine and making it safe and practical for widespread use.

Students advocate for more queer studies offerings

February 22, 2007 Comments are Disabled

Several students have organized an Undergraduate Working Group for Queer Studies to advocate for more academic offerings dealing with queer issues.