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Students rally for climate change action

A group of Brown students joined members of the Providence community Saturday at Waterplace Park to participate in the International Day of Climate Action.The event was organized in cities across the world by 350.org, an international campaign devoted to publicizing the dangers of climate change and ...


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BioMed budget a balancing act for 2011

A large hit to the Divison of Biology and Medicine's endowment has been offset by an increase in research grants, but the sour economy has complicated some initiatives, such as a drive to increase financial aid for medical students, according to BioMed officials.


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Former Afghan MP paints bleak picture

Malalai Joya, a former member of Afghanistan's parliament and an advocate for women's rights, addressed a Salomon 101 crowd Sunday afternoon, speaking about corruption in the national government, the role of women in Afghan society and U.S. involvement in her country.Elected to the parliament in 2005, ...


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When building Brown meant burning bridges

Bracketed by the Van Wickle Gates and Soldiers Arch, Brown's bustling campus 50 years ago reached little beyond the Main Green and Lincoln Field. A residential neighborhood of old colonial homes and stately Victorian mansions extended right to its doorstep. Today, the University sprawls over most of ...


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Students mind their Ps and Qs

The number of reported incidents involving underage drinking and copyright infringement at the University decreased this past year, according to Margaret Klawunn, vice president for campus life and student services. Overall, violations declined slightly.


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U. optimistic about major research grant

The University and several affiliated partners submitted a five-year, $20 million grant proposal last week to the National Institutes of Health after more than three years of intensive planning. The grant would establish a statewide center for connecting cutting-edge medical research with improved patient ...


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In boon for pedestrians, Faunce Arch to stay open

Facilities Management announced Tuesday that plans to close Faunce Arch for construction had been indefinitely postponed. The decision was made late last week due to a "desire to minimize the impact on the campus community," said Ricky Gresh, senior director for student engagement.


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