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Man shot by police near Providence mall

A chaotic scene unfurled at the rear of the Providence Place Mall Thursday when a man was shot dead by police on the Route 95 north ramp. The incident occurred shortly before 11 a.m., though both Providence and State police were on the scene hours after the shooting, huddling beside a bullet-ridden ...

The Setonian
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WBRU signal transferred to Christian nonprofit

Transfer of WBRU’s FM radio signal has been completed, according to station spokesperson Art Norwalk. The Christian contemporary non profit Educational Media Foundation now holds the license of 95.5 FM after having leased it from Brown Broadcasting, Inc. for some months. Thursday’s announcement ...

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WBRU alums contest sale of FM signal

Updated Sept. 27 at 8:45 a.m. Nearly a month after WBRU announced the sale of its FM radio signal, a group of the radio station’s alums have joined together to fight the sale, looking for legal loopholes and standing to challenge the $5.63 million deal. Representatives of a group of alums concerned ...

The Setonian
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Thayer expands food, service options

[gallery columns="1" size="medium" ids="2826504,2826506,2826505,2826503,2826502,2826501,2826500,2826499,2826498,2826497,2826496"] As students return from summer recess, they’ll find Thayer Street slightly altered from when they last left it. With a selection of new businesses both operational ...

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WBRU sells FM signal to Christian rock radio company

WBRU, the independent radio station run primarily by Brown students, has agreed to sell the rights to its terrestrial FM signal for $5.63 million in a deal announced Tuesday, WBRU spokesperson Art Norwalk confirmed in an email to the Herald. Norwalk confirmed that the buyer will be the Educational ...

The Setonian
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Mailing list error inundates inboxes

Community members awoke to the confusing sight of dozens of messages littering the inboxes of their University email addresses Friday morning. Beginning slightly after 8 a.m. and in the span of less than 20 minutes, nearly 100 emails from the addresses of the Brown IT Service Center, the Visiting Student ...

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In the wake of November 8

Election Day started quietly on College Hill, and with the New York Times Upshot Election tracker giving Hillary Clinton an 85 percent chance of winning, few if any students felt the need to worry. A Hillary Clinton cutout stood on the Main Green, and a steady trickle of students stopped to take photos ...

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U Melt to bring innovative grilled cheese to Thayer

A newcomer will be joining the ranks of Thayer Street businesses after a Providence Board of Licenses meeting Monday granted tentative approval for the opening of a U Melt on College Hill. The approval came the same day the owners received keys for their new location: the space at 267 Thayer formerly ...

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