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One night in the life of Brown EMS

On a recent Saturday night, as many Brunonians prepared to set out for on-campus parties and Thayer Street bars, four radios crackled to life in the basement of the University Health Services building. A student had sustained a sports injury earlier in the day and needed transport to Rhode Island Hospital ...

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Community gathers after firebombing

In the wake of the unsolved firebombing of a Brown/RISD Hillel employee's apartment Saturday, members of the Brown community gathered last night in Alumnae Hall's Crystal Room to discuss the attack and its aftermath.

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Emergency alert system loudly makes its debut

At noon yesterday, as a knot of professors climbed the Faunce House steps for lunch and a few straggling students rushed to class in Sayles and Wilson halls, a high, clear tone rose over the Main Green, hung in the air for about fifteen seconds, and stopped.

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U. will give students off-campus parking

The University plans to eliminate all on-campus parking for undergraduates next semester and will begin offering students spaces in an off-campus garage or lot with a shuttle service to College Hill, University officials have announced.

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Faunce House renovation to begin in summer 2009

With the announcement last week that Boston-based architectural firm Schwartz/Silver has been selected to design the Stephen Robert '62 Campus Center in Faunce House, planning for the $15-million renovation is quickly taking shape. The campus center's construction could result in Faunce being closed ...

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Punching out of work and into the ring

After a nine-hour early-morning shift at the Sharpe Refectory, Dining Services worker Maurice Cole walks home having earned a rest. But rather than relax, Cole heads to Manfredo's Gym in Pawtucket, where he spars, shadowboxes and hits punching bags for more than three hours each night.

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Fresh brew of Mocha includes textbook prices

The team behind Mocha, Brown's student-run alternative to the University's online course catalog, released an updated version of the Web site yesterday, simplifying the software's interface and integrating information on courses' required textbooks and their prices from the Brown Bookstore and Amazon.com. ...

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