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No varsity teams to be cut this year

Editors' Note: A previous version of this story contained material similar to text that appeared in other written sources. An Editors' Note was published in the Oct. 31, 2011, Herald. That Editors' Note can be found here.

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Simmons defends Goldman ties

Four years after signing off on a $68 million executive bonus at the height of the economic boom and two years after parting ways with Goldman Sachs amid a recession, President Ruth Simmons said she does not feel her decade-long tenure on Goldman's board has negatively impacted the University.

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Simmons reflects on themes of presidency

"A lot of the things that have happened that seemed to be important to people, I missed," said President Ruth Simmons of her accomplishments at Brown. "I was here, I was doing it — and now somebody defines it as having been important."

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A legacy of inspiration and growth

When President Ruth Simmons steps down at the close of the academic year, she will leave the University with a legacy of institutional expansion, unprecedented fundraising and a progressive yet competitive vision for the future of Brown.

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Alum killed in one-car accident during Reunion Weekend

Laura Kavazanjian '06 was killed in a one-car accident at about 1:30 am Saturday on Route 95 in Groton, Conn., when a car driven by David Reidy '06 went off the road and rolled onto its hood, according to an article in the Providence Journal. Kavazanjian, the only passenger, was not wearing a seatbelt ...

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ResLife locks DTau out of frat lounge

The Office of Residential Life changed the locks on the first floor lounge and basement common spaces belonging to Delta Tau fraternity at approximately 4 p.m. Saturday during Spring Weekend "to prevent a recurrence of unauthorized folks attempting to host parties that were not registered events," wrote ...

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Academic priorities trumped housing concerns

Recognizing a gradual and unplanned rise in enrollment over past years, administrators are now turning serious attention to housing expansion in an effort to improve on-campus living standards affected by the growth of the student of body, according to Richard Spies, executive vice president for planning ...

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Model for housing both complex, imprecise

Each year, about 20 percent of undergraduates — roughly 1,000 seniors and 250 juniors — live off campus as part of a system that enables the Office of Residential Life to relieve pressure on the limited supply of on-campus housing, like a safety valve that can be opened as needed.

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U. names new dean of engineering

Lawrence Larson, chair of the University of California at San Diego's electrical and computer engineering department, will take the reigns from Interim Dean of Engineering Rod Clifton as the inaugural dean of the engineering school next year.

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