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New site showcases ‘best’ classes

February 9, 2012 Comments are Disabled

A new online course review tool, whose number of users has climbed to 600 in under two weeks, may make future shopping periods a little less hectic. Best of Brown, a website created by Jonah Kagan ’13 and Liz Neu ’14, displays a list of the most popular courses at Brown that are submitted to the website.


At AS220, ambiance outshines food

December 8, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Amid the tunes of a local Irish music ensemble, bright splashes of color and a rich cultural history lies Foo(d) at AS220, a casual restaurant nestled next to a community art space. Located in downtown Providence, Foo(d) has a one-of-a-kind environment, but the cuisine does not quite live up to the lively atmosphere.

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OIP offers new summer abroad programs

November 28, 2011 Comments are Disabled

The Office of International Programs is offering several new options for summer abroad programs this year, including an architecture program in Barcelona and history, language and art programs in Greece and Turkey. The OIP will also offer a studio art program in a yet-to-be-determined location in Spain.


Lowry ’12 ready to contend for NCAA title

November 17, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Last weekend, the men’s cross country squad finished fifth out of 33 teams competing at the NCAA Northeast Regional Championship meet in Buffalo, N.Y. Dan Lowry ’12, who has been consistently leading the team this season, finished third in the region. He will be moving on to the NCAA National Championship meet Monday, Nov. 21 in Terra Haute, Ind. For racing his way to the top of the region, The Herald has named Lowry Athlete of the Week.

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Talks begin on new research building

November 10, 2011 Comments are Disabled

The University is in the early stages of planning what may become a new building to enhance research facilities. A committee began discussing the possible building in September, but the project’s details — including what and where it will be — remain up in the air, according to Provost Mark Schlissel P’15.

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Profs see waning student activism

October 25, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Fifty-seven percent of faculty members think student activism is lower or much lower today than when they attended college, according to a faculty poll conducted by The Herald this fall.

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Profs support stricter research rules

October 16, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Faculty are expressing support for revisions to conflict of interest and disclosure rules enacted this August for federally funded medical research.