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Five bikes stolen on Nov. 15 alone

Five bicycles were stolen from the north side of campus Nov. 15, according to the Department of Public Safety crime logs. Only one other bicycle was reported stolen during the month. Two of the bikes were stolen from the Jonathan Nelson ’77 Fitness Center and the three others were on Pembroke Green, ...

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Cardoso delivers Ogden lecture

“There is a crisis of representative democracy all around.” This was the sentiment that Former President of Brazil Fernando Henrique Cardoso expressed to The Herald ahead of delivering the 95th annual Ogden Lecture titled, “Democracy and Corruption in Brazil and Latin America Today,” at the ...

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Stand-alone performing arts center to be built

After receiving approval from the Corporation, a new performing arts center is slated to be built in the next four years, said Russell Carey ’91 MA’06, vice president for planning and policy. The Corporation’s Committee on Facilities and Campus Planning will select an architect for the center, ...

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Professor of Medical Science Michael McKeown dies

Professor of Medical Science Michael McKeown died Dec. 21 after complications of Alzheimer’s Disease, wrote Dean of Medicine and Biological Sciences Jack Elias in a community-wide email Friday. McKeown received his undergraduate degree from Stanford and was a National Science Foundation fellow at ...

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Class differences shape journeys home

This story is the third in a three-part series about socioeconomic status at Brown. The series, through interviews with five students, examines the way socioeconomic status shapes students’ relationships to Brown in three stages: the application process, adjusting to life on campus and going back ...

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Elitzer, Silver win Marshall Scholarship

Updated at 8:31 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016. For the first time since 2005, multiple Brown students were awarded the Marshall Scholarship, which covers the fees for two years of study in the United Kingdom. David Elitzer ’17 and Evan Silver ’16 are among those who will travel to the United ...

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Poll shows college rankings widely used by applicants

Nearly one-third of undergraduates indicated that college rankings were a strong factor in their decision to attend Brown in The Herald’s 2016 fall undergraduate poll. Yet the Admission Office does not coordinate any specific initiatives to boost its rankings in the various lists, said Dean of Admission ...

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