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A fresh face in the Corporation

Sitting at a table in the College Hill Cafe Thursday evening, catching up with an old friend, Lauren Kolodny's '08 businesslike attire was the only thing that made her seem the least bit out of place. Anyone who saw Kolodny around campus last week might be forgiven for assuming she was a current student, ...

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At BET Honors, rubbing elbows with stars

WASHINGTON — Chatting politely with Diddy. Clasping hands with Queen Latifah. Receiving a bear hug from Whitney Houston. And delivering a speech that may reach a television audience of millions.It was all in a glamorous night's work for President Ruth Simmons, who accepted an award for her accomplishments ...

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Honored by BET, Simmons rubs elbows with the stars

WASHINGTON - Chatting politely with P. Diddy. Clasping hands with Queen Latifah. Receiving a bear hug from Whitney Houston. And a delivering a speech that may reach a television audience of millions. It was all in a glamorous night's work for President Ruth Simmons, who accepted an award for her accomplishments ...

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Prof. resigns suddenly as center director

The director of the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies resigned abruptly from his post Monday. James Green, an associate professor of history credited with raising the center's profile significantly since taking its helm in 2005, did not indicate a reason for the sudden departure.

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Seven days of silence

The classic riddle of the tree falling in the woods just got a new twist. After decades of faithfully and loudly tolling off class periods, the iconic 300-pound bell atop University Hall fell silent this month - and almost no one noticed.

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Is a Bigger Brown Better?

Situated at the crest of College Hill, the Sidney Frank Hall for Life Sciences strikes an imposing figure. The downhill end of the building is a towering brick face, partly gridded with rows of windows that look in on state-of-the-art labs and faculty offices. It occupies almost an entire block. To ...

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U. makes its case on young faculty's need for NIH funds

Stagnant funding for the National Institutes of Health may be taking a toll on young researchers and threatening the United States' long-term status as the world's leader in biomedical advancement, according to a glossy report released Tuesday by Brown and six other research institutions.

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