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Beds lacking in shelter system across state

At least 282 members of Rhode Island's homeless community may not have beds in state shelters this winter, according to statistics released by two homeless advocacy groups. This represents a more than three-fold increase from last year.

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New group funds scholarships with a click of the mouse

When people see friends struggling to pay for college, they might ask themselves how they could make a small but meaningful contribution to their education. With his new nonprofit organization, CO-Fund, Cody Simmons '10 wants to make it easy for people to donate to a range of deserving high school students ...

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Debate league looks for financial independence

After more than a decade of funding from the Swearer Center for Public Service, the Rhode Island Urban Debate League — an educational program designed for local high school students — is seeking financial independence, said Matt Grimes '10, one of the league's student coordinators. The program ...

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UTRA awards constant from last year

Applicants for summer Undergraduate Teaching and Research Awards were informed of decisions March 12, and the number of awards remained the same as last year, said Besenia Rodriguez, associate dean of the College for undergraduate research.

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PPD officer charged with assault

Detective Robert DeCarlo, a 16-year veteran of the Providence Police Department, was arraigned Wednesday at the Rhode Island Superior Court in Providence on two counts of assault. The charges stemmed from an incident last October in which DeCarlo took part in the arrest of a trespassing suspect at the ...

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Some syllabi now available online

The effort by Dean of the College Katherine Bergeron and the Undergraduate Council of Students to expand the University's course preview page, undertaken in November, made large strides by the end of winter break.Bergeron said that over one-third of all courses have syllabi available on the preview ...

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Provost asks profs to put syllabi online

Shopping period might be a little bit easier for students in 2010.Provost David Kertzer '69 P'95 P'98 has asked faculty to upload their course syllabi to the University's old and infrequently used course-preview site by the spring semester. The preview page directory, courses.brown.edu, combines descriptions ...

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