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Ratty promotes trayless option

Students accustomed to stacking their trays on the cart at the Sharpe Refectory were greeted with a new trayless system this semester. Diners now have the option to forgo trays altogether and place their used silverware and dishes in marked blue bins around the Ratty. Ann Hoffman, Dining Services' ...

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Coffee and couches: new campus center debuts

It is a truth universally acknowledged that any campus space with comfy couches and food must be in want of students. The Brown community's enthusiastic adoption of the new Stephen Robert '62 Campus Center — completed after a year of extensive renovations to Faunce House — is no exception ...

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Summer program goes global

Stepping onto Wriston Quadrangle, where many Summer@Brown students choose to relax, a visitor is likely to hear strains of Italian, shouts of Turkish and murmurs of Mandarin mingling with the chatter of English.The diverse course selection and pre-college programs that Brown offers not only attract ...

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Spring Weekend tickets sell out

With his fold-out chair and boombox, Devin Wilmot '10 came prepared for the wait. Though the additional Spring Weekend concert tickets did not go on sale until 5 p.m., Wilmot arrived at the George Street ticket booth just after noon. Soon, he was not alone.

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Corporation fellow investigated for kickbacks

The Quadrangle Group — a private investment firm co-founded by Steven Rattner '74 P'09, a member of the Corporation's board of fellows and a former Herald editor-in-chief — has reached a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission and New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo concerning ...

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Despite Goldman publicity, Simmons as popular as ever

Questions over President Ruth Simmons' involvement as a member of the Board of Directors of Goldman Sachs earlier this year seem to have done little to dampen students' enthusiasm for their president. The most recent Herald poll revealed that Simmons' job approval among Brown students has not changed ...

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Shortz spells it out; students are puzzled

As other students relaxed outside in the sun Saturday afternoon, Brown's puzzle fans gathered in MacMillan Hall 117 to compete in the second annual Brown Crossword Tournament for fame, glory and puzzle books by Will Shortz, the event's host. Shortz is the New York Times crossword editor and puzzle master ...

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Students whip up tastes of the world

While most Brown students have to rely on the Sharpe Refectory for some Tastes of the World, the participants in the Office of International Programs' Top Chef competition last Thursday displayed some of the foods that these students enjoyed when they studied abroad.

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