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Suvy Qin: Home within me

A seatbelt soaked by tears; a bright yellow Penske truck packed full of things; two days of driving into the heart of the Midwest from the bayous of Louisiana. These are my memories of moving away from the first place I called home. Since then, I’ve gotten used to the motions of cramming everything ...


U. accepts 22 percent of early decision applicants

Updated Dec. 15 at 11:35 p.m. The University accepted 22 percent of its early decision applicants to the class of 2021, offering spots to 695 students — the largest number of students ever admitted early decision.   The accepted applicants were chosen from the University’s largest early decision ...

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Graduate school application process largely self-driven

The process of applying to master’s and PhD programs is largely self-directed, which can be a benefit for some students, but it can also create barriers for others. While around 11 percent of the class of 2015 reported pursuing a master’s or doctoral degree, only 3 percent pursued a fellowship or ...

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University expands online course offerings

For the first time this fall, the University has added online courses for students to take during the academic year in a push to increase the learning opportunities available to students. In addition, this spring, Professor of English James Egan will be teaching the first non-writing-based online course ...

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Politician Jean Wyllys details state of Brazilian democracy

Jean Wyllys, Brazil’s first openly gay congressperson, spoke Monday night at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs about the process of democracy, detailing four scenarios of democracy and applying them to the current political climate in Brazil in order to address the country’s ...

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Indigenous People’s Day celebrated on campus

On Brown’s inaugural Indigenous People’s Day Monday, Native Americans at Brown hosted a celebration on the Main Green that commemorated past activism and called for additions to current support structures for Native American and Indigenous students. Attended by students, faculty members, alums and ...

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National trigger warning discussion comes to campus

Trigger warnings elicit both objection and support at universities across the nation. Students and faculty members at Brown have various attitudes towards their usage and implication. Maud Mandel, dean of the College, said the University does not have an explicit policy about the usage of trigger warnings, ...

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