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Lit arts gives voice to oppressed poet

Iranian poet Pegah Ahmadi spent six years under censorship in her native Iran before fleeing that country's post-election turmoil in 2009. Now, she is the latest fellow of the International Writers Project, a program run by the Department of Literary Arts and the Watson Institute for International Studies ...

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For some, Halloween tricks and treats never get stale

Toting grinning plastic jack-o-lanterns, plastic bags and empty pillowcases, Disney princesses, Harry Potters and Buzz Lightyears will venture into the streets tonight in search of sugary treats. But some of these creatures are not so little anymore. Every Halloween, a number of Brown students gather ...

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Higher Ed

All-male Deep Springs college to go co-ed

Deep Springs College, a nontraditional liberal arts college with a 26-member all-male student body, announced Sept. 17 that it would accept female students for the first time as early as summer 2013. Founded in 1917, Deep Springs is one of the last remaining all-male institutions of higher education. ...

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Mailroom catches up with package backlog

Tasting a warm pistachio muffin from the Blue Room, shopping for that perfect fourth class, running into everyone you know in the Sharpe Refectory — these are a few of the nice things about returning to campus for spring semester. Waiting in line in the mailroom for 25 minutes to pick up a box ...

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Students petition new study abroad programs

It has been over a year since Alex Wilpon '10 spent her junior spring studying abroad in Prague, but her desktop background is still a photograph of the city. "I have pictures of Prague all over my room. I'm homesick for Prague all the time. I know everyone doesn't have a great experience abroad, but ...

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Eating local, from farms to College Hill

It's 10:30 a.m. on a Sunday morning. Most students would want to crawl back under the covers and go back to sleep. But thoughts of research papers, problem sets and chemistry labs due the next week force students to pull themselves out of bed, throw on their jeans and brace the morning rain.

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