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Fundraising to expand brain science faculty

The University will fundraise $50 million over the next five years as part of a new initiative to expand the Brown Institute for Brain Science. A large portion of these funds will be used to pay for seven new positions in the institute, said John Donoghue PhD '79 P'09 P'12, director of the institute ...

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Arts & Culture

Lackluster Mediterraneo offers view and little else

Walking into Mediterraneo Caffe on Federal Hill, diners are greeted with qualities of the most high-end Italian restaurants: a warm atmosphere, an array of wine bottles and pictures of Italy displayed around the room. On the walls are photographs of the impressive number of celebrities who have visited ...

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Metro

Prayer banner case awaits ruling

The case of Jessica Ahlquist, a junior at Cranston High School West, who demanded to have the prayer banner hanging in her high school's gym taken down, was argued Oct. 13 in federal court and is under consideration by U.S. District Judge Ronald Lagueux.

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University News

Possible security shift rankles some

With the impending expiration of Brown's contract with Green Horn Management to provide security at Greek and sporting events, the University is weighing contracts with other companies. But students involved in Greek life and athletics have made it clear that a new firm would not be welcome.

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Arts & Culture

Mashberg '82 plugs art theft book

Art theft is an impressive-looking crime in movies, involving blue prints, high-tech gadgets and an actor clad in black suspended from the ceiling. But according to "Stealing Rembrandts" ­— a new book by Anthony Amore and Tom Mashberg '82 — art theft is far less dramatic in real life. ...

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University News

U. child care service gains popularity

Now in its second year, the University's subsidized care program for family of faculty and staff members has received overwhelmingly positive feedback, according to Drew Murphy, director of benefits for human resources. About 340 — or 7.5 percent — of employees are registered for the program. ...

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