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Bill aims to grant in-state tuition to undocumented students

Antonio Albizures and his family left Guatemala in 1992, illegally crossing the Mexican-American border by foot and ultimately settling in Rhode Island. He graduated a member of Blackstone Academy Charter School's class of 2009 and nursed the desire to pursue political science and sociology at the University ...

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Mayor heads to nation's capital

January will see Mayor David Cicilline '83 sworn in as Rhode Island's first openly gay congressman. Despite a late surge in the polls, Republican John Loughlin was unable to trump the Democrat in yesterday's midterm election for the first district congressional seat.

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Undocumented students protest status

When Christian '11 fell sick as a child, he almost never went to the doctor. When his classmates got their pictures taken for their driver's license, he sat on a bench and watched. When guidance counselors began discussing colleges, he feared he wouldn't even be able to apply and envisioned his job ...

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BUCC praises renovations, website at meeting

The Brown University Community Council struck a grave note when discussing natural catastrophes in Haiti and Pakistan, but enthusiasm over a steadier financial situation, the launch of a new website and the recently opened Stephen Robert '62 Campus Center prevailed during its meeting Tuesday. "There ...

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Six undergrads to puzzle Times readers this week

Crossword devotees are often stereotyped to be nostalgic retirees who avidly pen in answers to puzzles as they sip coffee at the breakfast table. But six Brown students are rejuvenating the brainteasers by designing consecutive New York Times' puzzles for Brown Puzzlemaker Week — the first time a ...

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