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Taking empathy for a spin, students find new outlook

Allyson Schumacher '12 hadn't anticipated how important a little crack in the sidewalk could be until she tried to roll over it in a wheelchair. Luckily, Schumacher's roommate was there to help her out with a push. Otherwise, Schumacher said, it would have been "impossible."

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At 40th birthday bash, GCB raises a glass to itself

On their 21st birthdays, Brown undergrads often flock to the Graduate Center Bar for a night of celebration. This Saturday night, the GCB threw a party for its own birthday — and at 40, the GCB is still looking pretty good.Susan Yund, who has been the manager of the GCB for 15 years, said business ...

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Metro

Hope High, with difficult past, has yet another new face

In 2005, the Rhode Island Department of Education took control of an underperforming  high school and divided it into three separate "learning communities." Now Hope High's three communities have become two, leaving students to adapt to a school that feels "different."

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Teacher hiring plan draws lawsuit

As the school year begins for more than 20,000 students and teachers in Providence public schools, a change in hiring policy has led to praise, concern — and now a lawsuit.

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News

Bookstore's new digs, cafe a hit so far

After months of renovations, traffic at the Brown Bookstore is picking up again, said Assistant Vice President for Financial and Administrative Services Elizabeth Gentry, who is serving as the bookstore's interim director.

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Dorm inspections begin today

Thomas Forsberg has encountered some strange safety violations during his tenure with the Office of Residential Life, but the one that sticks out most in his memory occurred almost 10 years ago.

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Some classes facing TA shortages

Erin Curtis GS stood at the front of Foxboro Auditorium with a stack of index cards in her hand. "Could I get someone to help me?" she asked the students as she began to distribute them.

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