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Metro

Mama Kim’s ceases daytime Thayer St. operations

Mama Kim’s Korean BBQ, a food truck mainstay on Thayer Street, will no longer operate along its normal route in 2015, wrote CEO Don Fecher in an email to The Herald. The business, which was founded by Hyun Kim ’01 and his mother, may have some evening hours on weekends but its future in the area ...

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University News

Community mourns French lecturer Shoggy Waryn

Colleagues and students remembered Shoggy Waryn as an engaging teacher, avid cinema lover and pioneer of integrating instructional technology into the classroom. Waryn, who was 53 when he died last week of colon cancer, was a senior lecturer in French studies and served as director of Providence’s ...

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University News

French prof. dies after long illness

Shoggy Waryn, senior lecturer in French studies, died at his home Tuesday. He was 53 and had been battling colon cancer. Waryn was on medical leave this semester but taught at the University in the fall. The Department of French Studies announced his death in a press release and email Wednesday. A ...

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University News

Pembroke Center names new director

Updated Jan. 22 at 1:33 a.m. Suzanne Stewart-Steinberg, professor of comparative literature and Italian studies, will assume the post of director of the Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women beginning July 1, the center announced last month. Stewart-Steinberg will replace the current ...

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Features

Two of a kind: Twins descend on College Hill in tandem

During her first week at Brown, Sarah Goddard ’14 was waved at by a fellow first-year. She had no idea who he was. The student, it turned out, thought Sarah was her identical twin sister, Lisa. “When I explained that I wasn’t her and we were twins, he said, ‘you are literally blowing my mind ...

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University News

Social media may affect admission

The college application process no longer relies solely on paper and pencil. With a digitized Common Application, virtual campus tours and outreach through social media, institutions across the country, including Brown, increasingly depend on online tools to promote themselves and to reach applicants ...

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Arts & Culture

Poll unpacks marriage expectations

By the time Ananya Bhatia-Lin ’16 reaches age 30, she hopes to be married with children. Getting hitched, she figures, is a means to creating a stable, environment for starting a family, and doing so at a younger age will make her an active, energetic mother, she said. And then there’s a simple ...

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University News

Early decision applications hit record high

The Office of Admission received 3,086 early decision applications for the class of 2018, a record high and a 2 percent increase in applicants from last year’s early pool, said Dean of Admission Jim Miller ’73. The University received 3,010 early applicants last year. Minority students make up ...

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