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Collazo '91 new liaison to city's public schools

Tehani Collazo '91 wasn't planning to become the University's director of education outreach when she traveled to Massachusetts in August for her 20-year high school reunion. But while visiting friends in Providence, Collazo - who lives in Washington, D.C., and is finishing a dissertation in educational ...

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Army and Navy help save Providence's Russian Sub

After a storm hit Rhode Island in April, Providence's only Russian submarine - one of two of its kind in the world - sank. The 300-ft.-long black sub, called Juliett 484, was part of a fleet of Russian subs built at a Polish shipyard in 1964. It had floated in the Providence River for nearly five years ...

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Wickenden Street ramp among structurally deficient RI bridges

The U.S. Senate last week approved $15.2 million to improve Rhode Island's bridges in an amendment to a highway bill that would allocate an extra $1 billion to bridges across the nation. About half of Rhode Island's bridges are either structurally deficient or functionally obsolete according to federal ...

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Q&A with Holbrooke

On Monday morning, former Herald Editor-in-Chief Richard Holbrooke '62, a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and now a professor-at-large based at the Watson Institute for International Studies, returned to The Herald's offices at 195 Angell St. to discuss Iraq, his time at Brown and his future ...

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Shanghai owner to open new sushi restaurant in December

Need more sushi? The owner of Shanghai is opening a new sushi joint across the street from the Asian restaurant on Thayer Street in December. Featuring an 1,800 gallon shark tank, Shark will seat up to 130 diners hungry for sushi and hibachi - Japanese food cooked on grills in front of the diners. ...

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Gordon '93 steps down as outreach director

The University's first director of education outreach, who in his 16 months at Brown centralized information about the University's disparate efforts to aid Providence public schools, stepped down last month.

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Incarcerated ex-mayor returns to Providence a free man

Buddy's back. Providence's longest-serving mayor, convicted on federal racketeering conspiracy charges five years ago, was released from a halfway house in Boston June 20. Cianci moved into his nephew's East Greenwich home and is now working for the upscale downtown Providence condo complex 903 Residences, ...

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In memoriam: Arin Adams

In the fall of 2004, Arin Adams '07.5 decided not to turn in a traditional essay for the final project for EL 195: "Seminar in the Teaching of Writing." Instead, Adams, a Writing Fellow, created "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Fellowing a Group Paper." Sporting the traditional orange and blue logo of ...

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