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Emily Hartman

The Setonian

Despite recent downpour, rain deficit persists

This year's mild winter and warm, dry spring has put Rhode Island at risk for a meteorological drought. This March was the warmest and one of the driest on record, and Rhode Island had experienced very little rainfall since February prior to Sunday's record-setting rainstorm. Though the weekend's storm ...

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University News

Panel tackles mental health in college

A panel of four professors and administrators discussed the stresses of college, coping strategies, mental health stigmas and resources available to University students Monday night in front of a large, attentive audience in MacMillan 115. The teach-in was designed to explore mental health issues and ...

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Science & Research

Vernal Equinox illuminates Sci Li courtyards

As midday approached yesterday, the white marble slabs in the four Friedman Study Center courtyards were flooded with light in a peculiar symmetry. In each atrium, areas covered with white marble slabs were completely illuminated with sunlight, while mulched areas remained in the shadows. The illumination ...

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University News

Alum's nonprofit revamps science education

William Brucker '04 spent the last few years perfecting a technique that relies on stories and analogies to teach young adults science. Brucker, whose speech shows the clear influence of the technique he developed, drew comparisons to an eggplant, a ship and a French film to explain his teaching philosophy. ...

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