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I was graduated from Brown

Before I started writing this column, I looked up quotations about saying goodbye. They were all cheesy one-liners about not really leaving, just sort of saying goodbye before paths would cross again. I asked friends for their thoughts on graduating from Brown. But I have to give credit here to my Comp ...

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At the John Hay Library, a mystery is unearthed

Two summers ago, Reem Yusuf '09, an archeology concentrator, participated in a dig in Palestine along the West Bank. But her latest discovery was unearthed right on campus - with members of the class of "VISA 1250: Art of the Book," held in the Walter J. Feldman book arts studio in the basement of the ...

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Students struggle to keep up with the rising cost of college

Last year, Julie Pridham '10 took out an outside loan to cover the $41,700 cost of attending Brown. For economic reasons, Pridham had to ask her parents to sign as co-borrowers on the loan, but she felt uncomfortable with the decision. As a first-generation college student on financial aid, Pridham ...

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Campus Wiccans spell out their beliefs

When other freshmen plastered their walls with posters of movie stars and filled their shelves with pictures from home, Ashley Tuccero '11 took a different approach to decorating the bookshelves in her Keeney Quadrangle dorm room. She placed gourds, 13 nails, a decorative rune, part of an asteroid rock, ...

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Two years after Katrina

Two years later, there are still vacant stretches of land in New Orleans, hundreds of acres with nothing except a few dozen rebuilt homes and trailers, say students who studied in New Orleans.

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First-generation college students adjust to Brown

Karen Pridham P'10 had no qualms about her daughter Julie's decision to go to college, but helping her daughter through a process she was unfamiliar with was overwhelming. Julie Pridham '10 came to Brown last year as a first-generation college student.

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For transfers, Brown often costs more

For Caden Salvata '09, Brown is a new experience. As a student at the two-year, all-male Deep Springs College, Salvata took classes with three to five other students and received a full scholarship, as all Deep Springs students do. But at Brown, which appealed to Salvata because of its open curriculum ...

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Former Time editor speaks out on Plame

Norman Pearlstine, the former editor in chief of Time Inc. who was at the helm of the weekly news magazine during the controversy surrounding the outing of CIA officer Valerie Plame, spoke Tuesday at the Watson Institute for International Studies about source confidentiality in the media, including ...

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