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Students track results at SPEC event

The Leung Gallery in the Stephen Robert '62 Campus Center normally inspires a strict code of silence - even heavy footsteps can draw angry glares during a midterms week. But on election night, the space pulsed with excited anticipation as it played host to the Special Event Committee's ReSPECt the Exec ...

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Hurricane grazes campus but rattles East Coast

University officials canceled classes and closed administrative offices for a second consecutive day Tuesday as Rhode Island picked up in the aftermath of Sandy, a Category 1 hurricane affecting millions up and down the East Coast. While the Ocean State was spared the brunt of the storm, coastal areas ...

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University News

U. cancels classes as hurricane threat looms

University officials used the Brown Alert system at approximately 7:30pm to notify the community that Monday classes would be canceled and administrative offices closed due to the projected effects of Sandy, a Category 1 hurricane packing 75 mile-per-hour winds and currently moving up the East Coast. ...

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From swamp to Simmons: Lincoln, the legacy

Bound on four sides by all varieties of academic disciplines and student life, Lincoln Field, the University's historic lower campus, lacks both the imposing splendor of the Main Green and the sleepy solace of the Quiet Green. Its sloping expanse has long been a hub of academic life on campus, but it ...

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Historic mill houses art community

Gangly weeds and graffiti have long ago overrun parts of the enormous brick complex. Tattered tarp flutters from the dozens of boarded-up windows of the former Hope Webbing Company, once one of the largest mills of its kind.

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