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Initiative to add study abroad options

A new initiative by the Office of International Affairs will foster student exchanges with universities across the globe  — sending Brown students to far-flung campuses and bringing more foreign students to College Hill. Though the program is not yet finalized, the University has already ...

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Plurality prioritizes financial aid

Nearly 40 percent of students think the University's highest priority should be increasing financial aid, according to last month's Herald poll. Fifteen percent indicated the highest priority should be renovating on-campus housing, and close to 10 percent said the University should be primarily focused ...

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Med School jumps in rankings

After an aberration last year, the Alpert Medical School jumped 21 spots to 28th in the U.S. News and World Report primary care rankings. Except for last year, when it ranked 49th, the Med School's primary care ranking has hovered in the 20s for the past several years.

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Feedback scarce on library database

The University Library is struggling to obtain student and faculty feedback on a one-month trial of a materials science database, said Lee Pedersen, scholarly resources librarian. The database — called Material ConneXion — provides information about a wide variety of materials often used ...

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RIPEC report shows dire state finances

With Rhode Island facing a $290 million budget shortfall, the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council released a report last week on the state's financial outlook. Though the information in the report is not new to officials, it provides a comprehensive overview of the fiscal challenges facing the state. ...

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