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Students soak up the sights and sounds of Spring Weekend

"Life, liberty and the pursuit of frattiness" –– that's how some students defined this weekend's atmosphere, according to Sami Horneff '12. Students danced, drank and were merry as great weather and popular musicians arrived on College Hill. The campus came alive with activity — whether ...

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TWW welcomes potential minority students

About 120 minority students admitted to the class of 2014 arrived on campus Wednesday for this year's Third World Welcome, a day before A Day on College Hill, which welcomes the rest of their potential classmates who applied regular decision. The two-day program, which aims to give prospective students ...

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Group advocates for worker respect

Many Brown students have limited relationships with University staff. They know Gail and Jose at the Ratty, or are vaguely aware of who cleans up the trashed lounges in their dorms after a weekend night, or have made friends with the woman at the Blue Room who toasts their onion bagels. While relationships ...

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Resolving conflicts, one student at a time

Whether it's a freshman who can't stand her roommate, a group that has trouble working together or a romantic relationship hitting the rocks, the trained mediators of the Brown University Mediation Project want to help. While BUMP's services — conflict resolution through mediation sessions with ...

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Students join the apps gold rush

iPhone users have hundreds of thousands of choices at their fingertips, and now some Brown developers are getting in on the game. Through the App Store, iPhone and iPod touch owners can download apps — extra features that users can download to their Apple phones — that pertain to every aspect ...

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Arts & Culture

Film fest brings Israel to College Hill

The second-annual Israeli Film Festival of College Hill begins on Saturday with the Providence premiere of the Oscar-nominated film "Ajami." For the committee of nine students who organized the festival, the seven films to be featured will serve to portray Israel in a cultural — as opposed to ...

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News

Equestrian team shows neigh-borly side

While many students sat at home catching re-runs of "Jersey Shore," members of the equestrian team devoted part of their winter break to training for the spring and volunteering with a horse rescue project in Florida. Eighteen of the team's 35 members headed south for four days to ride in Wellington ...

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Van Wafels enters the cookie market

Students entering the Blue Room last week might have spotted a new product on its shelves: soft, round waffle cookies with a thin layer of caramel at their centers. Inspired by Dutch "stroopwafels," Van Wafels cookies are the product of one and a half years of work by Abhishek Pruisken '10 and Erik ...

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