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Off-campus leases signed earlier by rising seniors

For many upperclassmen who wish to live off-campus, signing a lease is the happy end of the long housing road — from getting a group together, to obtaining permission from the Office of Residential Life, to finding the perfect house. But this whole process seems to be happening earlier this year. ...

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Early start gets mixed reactions

Like every year, the first week of classes was filled with bustle and energy as new and returning students shopped through classes and moved into dorms. The only difference was that this year it all happened one week earlier — making life easier for some, but causing conflicts for others.

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Muslim adviser to Obama urges interfaith cooperation

In his lecture Wednesday night, Eboo Patel urged interfaith cooperation and pluralism in America, especially in response to last summer's tension between the Muslim and Christian faiths. Patel founded the Interfaith Youth Core in Chicago and was recently appointed to President Obama's Advisory Council ...

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Overcrowding causes unusual housing for some

Finding suitable and comfortable housing for thousands of students is always a challenge for the Office of Residential Life, and this year was not an exception. An overflow of students in need of on-campus housing necessitated the use of temporary spaces and auxiliary housing this semester, according ...

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Application numbers soar, admit rate drops

As applications for Brown's class of 2014 poured in, the Admissions Office overflowed with paper — literally. With a flood of application papers that exceeded the office's capacity, Alumnae Hall had to be temporarily transformed into a holding area for the huge stacks of prospective talent.

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Is Brown's popularity a passing trend or here to stay?

From Serena van der Woodsen of "Gossip Girl," to Brian Griffin of "Family Guy," to the nearly 30,000 students that applied for admission this fall, it seems like everyone wants to go to Brown. With myriad popular culture references and a couple well-known students over the years — not to mention, ...

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