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Artistic seniors to be honored tonight

Thirty-two of Brown's top graduating artists, actors, writers, composers and directors will be honored at the 14th annual Weston Awards ceremony tonight at Stuart Theatre.Recipients of the William and Alethe Weston Fine Arts Awards are selected by faculty in the areas of Visual Arts, Theater Arts, Dance, ...


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Hiring freeze may hit athletics hard

The Department of Athletics expects to lose about 30 coaches and staff this summer, but with a University-wide hiring freeze in place, it is unclear whether the department will be able to get approval to fill vacancies with new hires, Director of Athletics Michael Goldberger said.


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Artists' dressing room robbed during show

An unidentified suspect broke into the Faunce House dressing room of one of the Spring Weekend artists during Friday's concert and stole two laptops and some cash, according to Brown Concert Agency Administrative Chair Stephen Hazeltine '09 and the Department of Public Safety.


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Sunny, warm Spring Weekend delights

By the time Of Montreal's dizzyingly psychedelic performance closed with an explosion of feathers Saturday Evening, Mother Nature had given little cause for complaint about this year's Spring Weekend.Both concerts were held on the Main Green for the first time since 2006, anchoring a weekend marked ...


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Your Brown transcript, off College Hill

At the end of four years, students have surprisingly little physical evidence to show for their time at Brown. Graduating seniors leave with only a transcript, a diploma and lingering questions about how their education will be received by the world beyond College Hill.


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Transfer students embrace life at Brown

They don't rave about their freshman units and may get lost on parts of campus, but otherwise, transfer students are at home at Brown — at least according to Head Transfer Student Adviser Melea Atkins '10. A transfer student herself, Atkins acknowledged that while some of her peers may remain ...


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Staff hope for increased child care

It's a quiet morning on the Taft Avenue Daycare Center playground, nestled behind the Brown Stadium. Among the many children enjoying their morning playtime, baby Max sleeps peacefully in his strawberry beanie. Less than three years old, he has no idea how many parents wish their children could be in ...


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Fellows program to get second boost

The Faculty Advising Fellows program, which has professors host events in their homes to encourage interaction between students and faculty, will be expanded next semester, according to the administrators who oversee the program.



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