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Performance groups juggle Family Weekend ticket prices

Unfamiliar faces dotted the audiences at a cappella concerts and dance shows this weekend as parents, siblings and other guests flocked to campus theaters and auditoriums to support student performers and experience a taste of Brown culture. But what was afternoon entertainment for many visiting families ...

The Setonian
Metro

Business conference highlights creative problem-solving

The speakers at the 10th annual Business Innovation Factory Summit all have one thing in common: They want to shake things up. The featured storytellers and audience members descended on the Trinity Repertory Company in downtown Providence Wednesday and Thursday, a congregation of “innovation junkies,” ...

The Setonian
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Watson fellow talks joys of journalism

Before arriving at the University, Stephen Kinzer, visiting fellow at the Watson Institute for International Studies, worked as a foreign correspondent for the New York Times, reporting from more than 50 countries on five continents. Fresh off a book tour for his latest work, “The Brothers,” a biography ...

The Setonian
University News

An economics experiment: Flipping the lecture class

The first time Pedro Dal Bo taught microeconomics — as a teaching assistant 20 years ago to students in Argentina — it was with the traditional blackboard and chalk. But last semester, after years of teaching in a conventional manner, Dal Bo decided to conduct an experiment. Though Dal Bo, associate ...

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Online advising forum open for questions

The Meiklejohn Leadership Committee launched a Facebook page called “Brown Advisors” Aug. 30 in order to create a digital forum for students to ask their peers questions related to Brown academics, extracurriculars and social life. Brown Advisors allows students to ask questions anonymously and ...

The Setonian
Arts & Culture

Lahiri digs deeper into ‘Lowland’ influences

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jhumpa Lahiri offered insight into her work at an event hosted by the University bookstore Sunday afternoon. The celebrated writer read from her newly-released novel, “The Lowland,” and discussed her approach to writing with poet William Corbett in front of a packed ...

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Minds ‘collide’ at Business Innovation Factory

During the ninth annual Business Innovation Factory Summit held last Wednesday and Thursday at the Trinity Repertory Company, innovators gathered from around the country to meet, network and learn from each other ­— in the words of the group’s founder and conference organizer, Saul Kaplan, to “collide.” “How ...

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Forum frames affirmative action

The Janus Forum and Political Theory Project hosted an energetic debate on the issue of affirmative action in university admission for its annual celebration of Constitution Day in a packed MacMillan 117 yesterday. Inspired by the Supreme Court’s recent decisions on the use of race in the college ...

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