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No U. students reported injured in explosions

No Brown students were reported injured after two bombs exploded by the Boston Marathon’s finish line around 2:50 p.m. yesterday, though at least 20 students and alums attended the event. Three people were killed, and almost 150 people were injured in the incident, multiple news outlets reported ...

Arts & Culture

Alum winemaker creates flavorful draughts

John Bojanowski ’89 has spent the last 23 years putting down roots in France, roots that date back to 1911. Bojanowski is part of a husband and wife vintner team that produces around 30,000 bottles of organic wine each year from Saint Jean de Minervois, a tiny village in southern France, he told The ...

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University News

School of Public Health approved

The Corporation approved the creation of a School of Public Health in a conference call Wednesday, President Christina Paxson wrote in a community-wide email Thursday. The current Program in Public Health will become a separate school in July, at which point its leaders will begin working to get it ...

University News

Morning Mail gets makeover

Listings are categorized into user-friendly links, said Geoffrey Greene, director of informational technology support services. “It’s a lot easier to use and better organized because you can just click on the links instead of having to scroll down all the way,” said Crystal Acevedo ’15. Some ...


Series of celebrations marks 19th inauguration

In ceremonies punctuated with insights from the past, celebrations of present successes and excitement for the future, members of the Brown community and distinguished guests marked the inauguration of the University's 19th president, Christina Paxson. Friday's event was intended to celebrate the inauguration, ...

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Science & Research

Prof adjusts to life on Mars time

While most professors and students are adjusting to the schedule of the new year, one professor is adjusting to Mars time, a day 40 minutes longer than our own. Ralph Milliken, assistant professor of geological sciences, is spending most of fall semester as a member of the science team on the NASA Mars ...

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