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Challenges in store for College Hill expansion

It's been a year and a half since the University officially accepted the "Strategic Framework for Physical Planning" in October 2003, and while some elements of the plan are already underway, others remain specks on the architectural horizon.

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'Double Blind' breaking ground for BTV dramas

If you have ever suspected you might be involved in a campus-wide conspiracy, you're not alone. The cast and crew of BTV's "Double Blind" are reflecting the fears of conspiracy theorists in season two of their dramatic series, which premieres tonight at 9 p.m.

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Goldberger transfers to athletics

Director of Admission Michael Goldberger will take over as athletic director beginning July 1, President Ruth Simmons announced Wednesday morning. Goldberger will replace Joan Taylor, who has served as interim athletic director for the past year.

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Mixed signal

If you're looking for something new to do that doesn't involve braving the cold - or even moving, for that matter - tune in to WRIB-AM 1220.

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Focus on: Providence locales

It's easy to be in the doldrums during early March. Classes are in full swing and midterms loom. Winter refuses to be subdued and the only major holiday offers little celebratory fun aside from drinking - a fortification against the cold but hardly out of the ordinary for many students. The dreariness ...

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Underwater oddity

Nearly every Brown student has seen the signs - plain white rectangles marked with a red star and an arrow pointing toward the Russian Sub Museum. But surprisingly few students have ever taken the stroll across the Point Street Bridge, past the massive Narragansett Power building and alongside intimidating ...

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Fare for diners and collectors

CAV is probably the easiest place in Providence to spend $4,503.75 on lunch. That's $3.75 for a cup of clam chowder - and $4,500 for an authentic antique Buddhist sculpture.

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SciLi to get nightlife

Brown's Sciences Library just may be the most talked-about building on campus. Some love its functional modern countenance, some hate its incongruousness with the small shops of Thayer, and some just appreciate its function as a repository for public art. Love it or hate it, the SciLi is a favorite ...

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Brown Student Radio reflects a city's personality

It's no surprise that Brown Student Radio is firmly entrenched in the Providence music scene - it's had longer than any other college station to form ties with the larger community. BSR blazed airwave trails when, in 1936, it became the first student-run station in the country. Sixty-nine years of ...

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