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First-years start off with few EMSed

Brown Emergency Medical Services received three calls during Orientation this year, two of which required transportation to a hospital, said Amy Sanderson, manager of safety and emergency medical services.

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Haynes '85 explains Dylan film 'I'm Not There' at RISD

Todd Haynes '85 didn't "aim to educate or give a primer to (Bob) Dylan for people" in "I'm Not There," his film about the many personalities of Dylan. "I wanted to preserve the genuine weirdness of Bob Dylan," Haynes told an audience at the RISD auditorium Monday night. "We forget how weird (his) stuff ...

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'Borne back ceaselessly into the past'

A first edition copy of "The Great Gatsby" inscribed with a note from F. Scott Fitzgerald to T.S. Eliot was one of three rare books donated to the John Hay Library by Daniel Siegel '57 in December. In addition to "Gatsby," Siegel donated a copy of the first English edition of "Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus" ...

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RISD considers a Charlotte, N.C., campus

The Rhode Island School of Design is considering opening its first satellite branch in Charlotte, N.C., according to a Nov. 15 article in the Charlotte Observer. RISD officials have made trips to Charlotte, but discussions are still preliminary, wrote RISD spokeswoman Jaime Marland in an e-mail to The ...

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Mixing energy drinks and booze? Beware, study says

Students may want to think twice the next time they mix a Jaeger Bomb. Students who mix energy drinks with alcohol are putting themselves in twice as much physical danger and doubling the likelihood they might be involved in a sexual assault as those who drink only alcohol, according to a recent study ...

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Orthodox Jews combine secular and religious life at U.

Orthodox Jews do not activate electrical devices, write or drive on Shabbat, which lasts from sundown on Friday until Saturday at sundown. For Brunonians who practice Orthodox Judaism, that means limited homework and no card access to dorms for 24 hours each week. But Orthodox Jews at Brown say practicing ...

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Khruschev recalls Sputnik's space legacy 50 years later

The world's first artificial satellite, Sputnik 1, was launched by the Soviet Union 50 years ago, but the 184-pound sphere's beeping was more significant at the time for people in the United States than those in the U.S.S.R., concluded a panel of professors Tuesday. The discussion, titled "50 Years ...

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