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Curriculum council look at concs. well underway

In keeping with a recommendation by the Task Force on Undergraduate Education, the College Curriculum Council is continuing its reviews of concentrations in seven departments this year, said Dean of the College Katherine Bergeron. On the 2009-10 agenda are East Asian studies, South Asian studies, physics, ...

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Stiff competition in first pick contest

The Residential Council's competition for the first pick in the housing lottery, held Thursday night in Sayles Hall, showcased a wide variety of student creativity. But there was a common thread among many videos: parody. Spoofs of Law and Order, the Twilight series and the Cutting Crew's hit "Died ...

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Facilities attacks icy sidewalks

The flurry of blizzard predictions for Wednesday's weather was the kind of forecast that mobilizes Facilities Management to prepare the sidewalks for the worst of storms. Though the actual snowfall often falls far short of meteorologists' expectations, as in Wednesday's case, Facilities doesn't take ...

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Show raises funds for Haiti

As most Brown students were just returning to campus for a new semester, the 360 Degree Experience in Sound on 95.5 WBRU hosted a pay-by-play fundraiser for Haiti Jan. 24. All donations went to the church-based organization Providence-Haiti Outreach.

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Want to know R.I.? Read the "fine print"

Criticized by the locals and pitied by its neighbors, Rhode Island is frequently written off as too small to combat the titanic issues it faces. But despite the state's soaring unemployment and economic stagnation, one Ocean State native is getting the word out about what can be done to bolster a struggling ...

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AmCiv class studies local Cape Verdeans

Students in Professor Steven Lubar's AMCV1550: "Methods in Public Humanities" will unveil their collaborative final project –– an exhibit about the community of Cape Verdean immigrants that inhabited the Fox Point region in the 1930s –– on Saturday, May 9 at the John Nicholas ...

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Documentary follows refugees from Eritrea to R.I.

"Home Across Lands," a documentary that follows the journey of Eritrean refugees from Ethiopia to Rhode Island, will screen this Thursday, followed by a talk with the film's director, John Lavall. The event is sponsored by the Brown Refugee Youth Tutoring and Enrichment program.

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