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Science & Research

Ancient form of justice survives in baseball

What do ninth century Iceland and Boston Red Sox games have in common? According to a recent study by Fiery Cushman, assistant professor of cognitive, linguistic and psychological sciences, published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, the two have more in common than one might think. ...

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University News

Students head south to research civil rights

As part of a nearly 50-year-old partnership with Tougaloo College, Brown students will travel to the school in Tougaloo, Miss. this spring break to explore the civil rights movement. Francoise Hamlin, assistant professor of Africana studies, and Maitrayee Bhattacharyya '91, associate dean for diversity ...

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Arts & Culture

Postcards mark sights and stories of city

Brunonians looking to soak in the spirit of Providence now do not have to venture far from College Hill. The Postcard Project, currently on display on small shelves lining two walls in the lower level of the Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, is a collection of postcards featuring ...

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University News

Program unites cancer patients, athletes

When Sidney Kushner '13 watched 11-year-old cancer patient Brett Paterra meet former Pittsburgh Pirates player Jim Rooker for the first time, he felt one step closer to his goal of empowering children with cancer. "Just to see that kid's eyes light up when the athlete walked in the room makes everything ...

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Med professors teaching in Ghana

Timothy Flanigan, professor of medicine, recalled the enthusiasm of a Ghanian priest he met at the Sept. 20 launch of the University's new HIV education initiative, which was born from a partnership between three American universities and the University of Ghana.

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