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Federal court upholds limits on study in Cuba

The Brown in Cuba program won't change following a federal appeals court's Nov. 4 dismissal of a lawsuit against academic travel restrictions to Cuba. But many professors expressed disappointment and frustration over an issue that's been simmering since 2004.

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Congress renews student aid commitment

College students may continue to have easier access to federal student loans through July 2010, following a Sept. 17 vote by the U.S. Senate to extend the Ensuring Continued Access to Student Loans Act, first passed in April. Originally set to expire July 2009, the renewal passed by an overwhelming ...

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Christen Decker '07

Christen Decker '07 never would have guessed that the goat herder she met on a trip to Oman while studying abroad in Dubai last spring was a part-time law student. But thanks to her knowledge of Arabic, which she began studying as a sophomore at Brown, Decker was able to have a conversation with the ...

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Activist history a highlight of this year's TWTP curriculum

Over 180 incoming first-years participated this year in the Third World Transition Program, a four-day orientation designed to foster community among students of color at Brown. Students attended workshops on issues such as racism, sexism and classism and had the opportunity to meet current Minority ...

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College without the stress

On a recent sunny afternoon in July, the Main Green was nearly as busy as when the trees first started blooming in April. Art students sat on the Quiet Green sketching the Manning Chapel, Frisbee players dashed around the University's lawns and construction sounds from Wilson Hall belied the peacefulness ...

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CJ Hunt '07

For much of his life, CJ Hunt '07 planned to be a cast member of "Saturday Night Live." Hunt, who described himself as "very vocal" and is a member of Brown's improvisational sketch comedy group IMPROVidence, wanted to use humor as a form of social commentary.

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