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Swearer Center reorganizes staff to meet new budget

Facing budget cuts, the Swearer Center for Public Service plans to focus on its most important services and redistribute responsibilities among student workers and remaining staff. The center's reorganization comes after four program advisors were laid off last year. After the layoffs, their responsibilities ...

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Shopping a different Engine 9

It's hard to interview someone who won't hold still. On Monday, while the rain poured and the wind rendered umbrellas useless, sirens blared around College Hill as Providence Ladder Co. 8 and Engine Co. 9 responded to 10 calls, most of which were brought on by the deluge.

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Higher Ed

For AIDS, painting the town red

Four downtown buildings including City Hall and the Kennedy Plaza skating rink will light up in red tomorrow in recognition of World AIDS Day. Providence is one of 13 cities in the United States, United Kingdom and Ireland that will participate in the "show of solidarity" for those suffering from AIDS, ...

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University News

Dean hears concerns about new PLME rule

Students in the Program in Liberal Medical Education are seeking to be exempted from a new policy about applying to other medical schools and have taken their objections to an Alpert Medical School official.Four junior PLMEs met with Associate Dean of Medicine Philip Gruppuso on Friday to lobby against ...

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University News

Policy change rankles PLMEs

Students enrolled in the Program in Liberal Medical Education who apply to medical schools other than Brown's will forfeit the spots reserved for them, according to a new policy enacted this week.PLMEs received an e-mail and a letter in their mailboxes on Wednesday informing them of the change. Starting ...

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Herald Poll: Students more satisfied with advising

Student satisfaction with academic advising is on the rise — 10 percent higher this fall than a year and a half ago, a recent Herald poll found. Nearly 60 percent of students reported they were either very satisfied or somewhat satisfied with advising, compared to just under 50 percent in spring 2008. A ...

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