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In debate, a Dream Act critique

A collegial atmosphere prevailed at Janus Political Union's latest debate, "Should the U.S. Pass the Dream Act?" At one point, Alejo Stark '12 sincerely congratulated his opponent, Susannah Kroeber '11, on her argument in favor of a guest-worker program for immigrants.


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U. urges tolerance after recent tragedies

In the past month, media coverage of LGBTQ teen suicides skyrocketed, prompting responses at colleges nationwide, including at a Brown University Community Council meeting last week and a vigil on campus the week before. As part of the response, Margaret Klawunn, vice president of campus life and student ...


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History department premieres Friday movie night

The History Department's latest series, Faculty and Film, features historical movies followed by professor commentary and discussion. Kisa Takesue '88, director of the Stephen Robert '62 Campus and Student Center, and Professor of History Karl Jacoby came up with the idea together this summer, Jacoby ...


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R.I. Gov. candidates debate in Salomon

The race for governor of Rhode Island came to Salomon 101 Thursday night as the candidates — Democrat Frank Caprio, independent Lincoln Chafee '75 P'14, Republican John Robitaille and Moderate Ken Block — debated their ideas for solving the state's problems.


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Off-campus leases signed earlier by rising seniors

For many upperclassmen who wish to live off-campus, signing a lease is the happy end of the long housing road — from getting a group together, to obtaining permission from the Office of Residential Life, to finding the perfect house. But this whole process seems to be happening earlier this year. ...


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EPA funds graduate research on Narragansett Bay

"It's kind of like forensics," third-year graduate student Jeffrey Salacup GS said of his research into the environmental history of Narragansett Bay. An archetypal geologist — with a full beard, hiking boots and requisite fleece jacket — Salacup won a three-year, $111,000 fellowship from ...





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