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Naval War College partnership grows

The University and the U.S. Naval War College have continued to strengthen their partnership established last June, focusing on greater collaboration in research and teaching as well as the creation of a new fellows program. Since the partnership formed, both institutions have hosted panels and lectures ...

Arts & Culture

At the table with Ben Lloyd

It seems that Ben Lloyd, executive chef and owner of the Salted Slate, has done it all. After not getting into dental school, Lloyd worked in insurance for Liberty Mutual and coached the Lesley College crew team. And when he discovered his passion for cooking, he added one more responsibility to his ...

The Setonian
Science & Research

Law to reduce concussions lacks impact

In recent years, sports-related concussions — especially in young athletes involved in high-impact sports — have become a topic of widespread discussion and concern. Responding to growing worries about student concussions, the Rhode Island General Assembly passed the School and Youth Programs Concussions ...

The Setonian
Arts & Culture

Screening marks coup’s anniversary

History has shown propaganda to be a powerful force — for one country, it even helped to bring down a dictator. This power was explored in a screening of the film “NO” at Avon Cinema Thursday night, in honor of this year’s 40th anniversary of the military coup that took down Chilean President ...

The Setonian
Arts & Culture

Orchestra to launch Ireland tour

The Brown University Orchestra will perform in cities across  Ireland next week in its first international tour since 2007. The orchestra has already sold over 1,000 tickets for concerts in Dublin, Limerick and Wexford. Senior Lecturer in Music and Conductor Paul Phillips said he became inspired to ...

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