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English department revamps requirements

The College Curriculum Council approved the English department’s revised concentration course requirements, the department announced Sept. 2. The new curriculum will apply to students who declare the English concentration this year and after, with students in the class of 2015 following previous course ...

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Student commencement speakers chosen

After an almost semester-long selection process, Caroline Bologna ’14 and Josh Block ’14 have been chosen as the class of 2014’s student commencement speakers. Nominated by their fellow seniors in January, Bologna and Block were informed of their selection Friday, following a final audition last ...

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Mama Kim’s sold to business employee

Students can look forward to late-night hours and a “secret menu” under Mama Kim’s Korean BBQ’s new leadership. Originally run and owned by Sook Kim P’01 and Hyun Kim ’01, the popular Thayer Street food truck was recently sold to the business’ sous chef, Don Fecher. The eatery caters ...

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Housing lottery moves into second phase

This spring’s housing lottery — the first to take place on an online platform rather than in person in Sayles Hall — is currently progressing through the second of three phases. The new online structure has been split into three phases: After indicating interest in participating in the housing ...

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U. draws inspiration from peers for 250th

Though Brown celebrated its 250th anniversary last weekend, the University is a baby compared to some of its peer institutions. Princeton commemorated its 250th in 1996, while Harvard kicked off its 375th anniversary festivities in 2011. The University studied and learned from its peers’ past birthday ...

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U. recognized as top employer

As a recognition of its leadership as an employer, the University was awarded the Seal of Distinction from WorldatWork’s Alliance for Work-Life Progress earlier this month. Brown is one of 13 colleges and universities to win the award, and one of 66 total organizations, said Kathie Lingle, executive ...

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SciLi to convert three floors into centers, labs

The 11th, 12th and 13th floors of the Sciences Library will be renovated this year to create space for the Language Resource Center and the new Laboratory for Educational Innovation and Social Sciences Research Lab, said Provost Mark Schlissel P’15. The $7 million project aims to revitalize current ...

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Dining Services reaches new contract agreement

Brown Dining Services workers and their union, United Service and Allied Workers of Rhode Island, reached an agreement on a new contract with the University in late December. The major financial issues under consideration in the contract negotiations — which began in October 2013 — included wage, ...

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BERT welcomes students for spring semester

The Building for Environmental Research and Teaching opened its doors to students this week, replacing Hunter Laboratory after over a year of construction. The $35 million project entailed an overhaul of the building’s interior, the installation of a new greenhouse on the roof and an extension of ...

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