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Task force aims at eliminating bottles

A resolution of support from President Ruth Simmons and the Brown University Community Council has strengthened efforts behind the Beyond the Bottle Campaign, a student group seeking to reduce the University's use of bottled water. The Task Force on Bottled Water at Brown was subsequently created to ...

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City uproots homeless colony

After being evicted from their camps by city and state officials, a community of Providence homeless people who sought safety in numbers has been left looking for a home before the arrival of winter.

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Metcalf overhaul planned after new building scrapped

Months after scuttling plans to build an ambitious new brain science building in the wake of financial losses, the Corporation has approved a "schematic design" for the renovation of Metcalf Chemistry and Research Laboratory into a new "mind brain behavior" center, according to Vice President for Facilities ...

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Nicholson, panel give behind-the-scenes insight

A star-studded panel featuring actor Jack Nicholson P'12, producer Robert Evans and Paramount CEO Brad Grey P'10 P'12 spoke to a full Salomon 101 on Saturday to discuss the roles of individuals in the movie-making process.Between questions from producer and panel moderator Peter Bart, several lengthy ...

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Mall owner files for bankruptcy

Though General Growth Properties Inc., the national real estate investment company that owns Providence Place Mall, filed for bankruptcy last Thursday, students will still be able to shop and catch a movie as usual.

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Budget proposal unsigned by Carcieri

Governor Donald Carcieri '65 announced last week he would neither sign nor veto the Rhode Island legislature's budget-balancing proposal, passed two weeks ago by both houses. Without his signature, the $7.2 billion plan became law last week.

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24-hour grocer coming to downtown

Students will have another option for late-night snacks when a 24-hour grocery store opens in downtown Providence in late April. Gourmet Heaven, which has two other stores in New Haven, is slated to open in a vacant building at Weybosset and Union streets owned by the Rhode Island School of Design.

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