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Articles by Scott Lowenstein (69)

BTV static expected to clear up soon

December 7, 2006 0 comments

As any student used to tuning into Brown Television knows, the station has yet to go on air this semester.

Hundreds of disciplinary infractions detailed in report

December 7, 2006 0 comments

Nearly 600 cases of violations to the University’s non-academic code were processed in the last academic year, 14 more than in 2004-2005, according to a University report released Sept. 8.

Luxury condos, city’s first skyscraper scheduled for 2007 completion

December 5, 2006 0 comments

While students on College Hill may pay little attention to the backdrop of constant construction in downtown Providence, some can remember when the cityscape was devoid of the several high-rises that have cropped up in recent months.

Cancelled appearance of pro-Israel speaker sparks controversy

November 27, 2006 0 comments

The University and Brown Hillel have announced that Nonie Darwish, an ardent supporter of Israel with Arab roots, will be coming to campus in the near future.

Gender takes center stage during heated Janus Forum lecture

November 17, 2006 0 comments

Tension filled the air in MacMillan 117 during the second installment of the Janus Forum Lecture Series, which was titled “Gender, Tradition, and the American Dream” and featured commentary on archetypical American characters and traditional notions of manliness.

Prof comments on red wine anti-aging link

November 17, 2006 0 comments

Red wine – or at least one component of it – may hold the key to combating aging and disease in the future, according to a report that was the topic of a Nov. 2 article in the journal Nature.

A look inside the ambulance

November 13, 2006 0 comments

When students call on Emergency Medical Services for help, they may not realize that the uniformed responders who come to their aid are fellow Brunonians.

DPS revises number of 2005 sexual assaults

November 1, 2006 0 comments

The Department of Public Safety has acknowledged and corrected an error in the 2005 crime summary, which had listed the number of on-campus sexual assaults as zero when it was released in September.

Zero campus sexual offenses reported by DPS may be misleading, officials say

October 26, 2006 0 comments

A recent Department of Public Safety report stating that no on-campus sexual offenses were reported to DPS in 2005 may not accurately reflect the number of such offenses, according to University officials.

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