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Scott Lowenstein '10: A is for 'about'

As a generally neurotic person, I tend to assign significance to all observations, no matter how insignificant. A stray mark on a graded paper obviously means it was well written, and a muffled clearing of a class member's throat is an undeniable sign of disapproval. In a sense, this absurd noticing ...

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Science & Research

The rise of the cyborg student

The University's website has received its fair share of criticism since its unveiling in 2006. It can be counter-intuitive, confusing and difficult to navigate. A new design is currently in development, to find what University administrators call a "better fit" for Brown. All of this is despite sifting ...

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Metro

The election: where to vote, what to look for

View Larger Map   Students who are at least 18 years of age and registered to vote in Rhode Island are eligible to vote in today's general election. Voters must have registered in Rhode Island by Oct. 4 to cast ballots for U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives and local races. If unregistered, ...

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News

Rhode Island to get millions for defense

Rhode Island will receive more than $93.45 million in defense and military contracts from the federal government in federal fiscal year 2009 after the Senate approved part of the government budget for the next fiscal year. This value is up from the almost $50 million in defense and military contracts ...

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News

Yes we can! A local food bank tests creativity

Under the specter of an enormous replica of the Stay Puft marshmallow man from "Ghostbusters," a crowd of Providence Place Mall visitors stand transfixed. Not with fear of impending doom by marshmallow, but with wonder at the architectural and structural genius of the enormous can sculptures adorning ...

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Metro

Know your neighbor: history behind some Thayer faces

With a new year of the Metro section comes the opportunity to get to know our neighbors a little better. Here are some of the everyday people on Thayer Street - long-time residents and out-of-towners, regulars and first-time visitors - that color the East Side's main drag. Mike and Dawn Ottone Thayer ...

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