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From The Herald to the UN

"The room allocated to the Russians for press conferences was full," wrote then-Herald staff writer Richard Holbrooke '62 in an Oct. 9, 1960 supplement to The Herald. "Reporters flowed out into the hall as Mikhail A. Kharlamov, Soviet press secretary, began speaking ... then we walked across the lobby ...

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Campus to camera: Laura Linney '86

"I'm living the dream," says Cathy Jamison, the main character of Showtime's "The Big C." The line comes at the end of the first episode of the dark comedy about a woman dying from terminal cancer. Sitting on a couch in her backyard with only her neighbor's droopy-eyed basset hound for an audience, ...

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Pawtucket's The Met fills a void in local arts community

Hipsters, aging hippies, parents with children, young, old and the young at heart all walk up and down aisles of long tables filled with an assortment of treasures as both live bands and classic rock records play in the background. It is the Rock-N-Roll Yard Sale, a record sale and music festival wrapped ...

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The wonders Rhode Island Hall once held

Last October marked another phase in Rhode Island Hall's ever-evolving story. The hall, which was built in 1840, is the fourth-oldest building on the Main Green — and in the fall was rededicated the Artemis A.W. and Martha Sharp Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World, establishing ...

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U. looks to ensure Spring Weekend safety

Two years ago, Kathleen McSharry, associate dean for writing and issues of chemical dependency, wanted to see for herself what Spring Weekend was like. Coming into work on a Saturday, she put her hair up in a ponytail, wore jeans, a windbreaker and tennis shoes and walked around the Main Green. The ...

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Zooming in on staff at Brown

Monday, March 22 was a difficult day for some Brown staff members. That morning, the University sent an e-mail notifying staff that approximately 60 employees would be laid off by the end of June. Coupled with 139 staff members who have accepted early retirement packages from the University, last month's ...

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Vaccination equation: the search goes on

Situated across from a parking lot, the two-story grayish-brown building at 146 Clifford Street is an unimposing site, nestled in the heart of Providence's Jewelry District. The building is home to EpiVax Inc. — a company dedicated to the design of new vaccines and the engineering of therapeutic ...

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