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Mathias Heller: A Brunonian side of paradise?

One of my favorite novels is F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “This Side of Paradise,” which I’ve read twice and recommend to anyone looking for a Fitzgerald novel other than “The Great Gatsby.” The novel chronicles the coming of age of Amory Blaine, an imaginative and intelligent student who comes ...

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This Week in Higher Ed: Nov. 21, 2013

New study finds nationwide spike in science and engineering degrees The number of bachelor’s degrees awarded nationally in engineering and the sciences rose over the past five years by a substantially higher rate than those in other fields, the Chronicle of Higher Education reported Tuesday. The ...

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Dining Services employee dies

A lead food service worker for Brown Dining Services, Manuel Gomes, has died at the age of 39, the University learned yesterday. Gomes’ death was unexpected, wrote Vice President for Public Affairs and University Relations Marisa Quinn in an email to The Herald. She did not confirm further details ...

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This week in higher ed: Oct. 31, 2013

Gender-neutral housing may receive vote from Harvard undergrads Activists garnered the number of signatures required for their petition to put up universal gender-neutral housing for undergraduate vote, the Harvard Crimson reported Tuesday. Harvard, like Brown, does not allow gender-neutral housing ...

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This week in higher ed: Oct. 10, 2013

Princeton to review grade deflation policy Princeton president Christopher Eisgruber announced Monday that he will form a faculty committee to review the university’s grade deflation policy over the coming year, the Daily Princetonian reported Monday. The current policy requires that academic departments ...

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This week in higher ed: Sept. 26, 2013

Harvard kicks off $6.5 billion capital campaign Harvard announced Sept. 21 that it hopes to raise a historic $6.5 billion with its new capital campaign, the Harvard Crimson reported Saturday. Achieving this target amount would make this capital campaign, known as the Harvard Campaign, the largest ...

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Trustee's hedge fund faces criminal charges

Federal officials announced an indictment Thursday of Corporation trustee Steven A. Cohen’s P’08 P’16 hedge fund SAC Capital Advisors L.P. for multiple counts of fraud. The indictment did not include any charges against Cohen himself. Prosecutors allege that multiple divisions and employees ...

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