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Jarrett discusses gender, dispenses advice

Valerie Jarrett, senior adviser to President Obama, discovered her passion for public service after moving from an elite Chicago law firm in the Sears Tower to a cubicle facing an alley in the mayor's office, she told a nearly full Salomon 101 yesterday afternoon. In her lecture, part of the Doherty-Granoff ...

The Setonian
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U. creates fund for Japan relief

The University will establish a fund for relief efforts in Japan following Friday's earthquake and tsunami, President Ruth Simmons announced in an e-mail to the Brown community yesterday afternoon. A committee also met yesterday to discuss contingency plans for students studying abroad or planning to ...

The Setonian
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Tokyo study abroad status unclear

The unstable condition of nuclear reactors at the Fukushima Dai-ichi power plant — about 160 miles outside Tokyo — could prevent six Brown students from attending programs at Keio, Sophia and Waseda Universities this semester.

The Setonian
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Scandals hound Corp. members

Trustees and fellows of the Corporation make their greatest impact on the University during the three weekends a year they convene to set policy, but the off-campus activities of some members have caught nationwide attention with a series of scandals in the financial world.

The Setonian
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Students safe after evacuation

The two Brown students studying abroad in Alexandria, Egypt through a Middlebury College program are safe after being evacuated from Alexandria's Borg el Arab airport to Prague late Monday night. Program administrators decided to pull participating students, including Michael Dawkins '12 and Amanda ...

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