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Diverse dancers take to the stage

As students who tried to purchase tickets may know, the annual Fall Dance Concert sold out — and with good reason. The production did not fall short of expectations, showcasing a diverse and talented group of choreographers and dancers. The highlight of the show, which was sponsored by the Department ...

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Education department hosts teachers from China

As part of a program connecting Brown faculty and high school teachers from the Shenzen district in China, 23  teachers from Shenzen visited the Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical Center, a public school in Providence, to observe American teaching and classroom organization styles yesterday. ...

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Fire survivor tells tale of overcoming trauma

Gina Russo expected Feb. 20, 2003 to be a normal day. She spent the afternoon with her sister and her sister's children, and at 4:30 p.m. she met her fiance, Fred Crisostomi, for dinner at her mother's house. She heard later that Crisostomi told a neighbor that afternoon, "It's a beautiful day to be ...

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Hundreds join Occupy movement downtown

Several hundred protesters, including students involved in Occupy College Hill, joined the growing Occupy movement Saturday evening in Burnside Park downtown. The movement, which began with the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City, opposes growing economic disparity and corporate greed.

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State economy struggles to recover

Like an unwanted visitor, the recession arrived early and stayed late in Rhode Island. And with national action on job creation currently at a standstill, the state's jobs problem appears to be sticking around for the foreseeable future.

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Controversy erupts over tuition break for illegal immigrants

The Rhode Island Board of Governors for Higher Education unanimously approved allowing undocumented students to attend public colleges and universities at in-state tuition rates last Monday. The change has sparked debate, with supporters contending that it would net additional revenue for state schools ...

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