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Man behind the mustache: Offerman visits campus

Riffing on facial hair, bread and his penis, Nick Offerman — known for his role as meat-eating, libertarian woodsman Ron Swanson on the NBC comedy “Parks and Recreation” — didn’t stray too far from his well-known character in his Lecture Board talk Thursday night. Offerman spoke to a full ...

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This Week in Higher Ed: Oct. 22, 2014

Harvard law school professors criticize new sexual harassment policy A group of 28 current and former Harvard law school professors wrote a letter published in the Boston Globe Oct. 14 lambasting the university’s new sexual harassment policy. The criticism comes as Harvard is being investigated ...

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This Week in Higher Ed: Sept. 24, 2014

Wesleyan announces fraternities must go coed Wesleyan University announced Monday that it will require all fraternities on campus to admit women within the next three years, multiple news outlets reported. Fraternities that do not comply within this timeframe will lose recognition from the University. “The ...

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CareerLAB hosts two career fairs

A career fair hosted Wednesday by the Center for Careers and Life After Brown will bring over 90 employers to campus, while the Department of Computer Science has partnered with CareerLAB to host a separate technology career fair Tuesday. The stand-alone technology session marks the first time CareerLAB ...

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Joslin Award winners named

Winners of the 2014 Alfred H. Joslin Award were announced Wednesday. The award is given annually to 10 to 12 seniors to recognize their contributions to the quality of life of Brown through their leadership and involvement, according to the Office of Campus Life and Student Services’ website. The ...

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This Week in Higher Ed: March 19, 2014

NCAA faces second lawsuit this year A lawsuit was filed Monday in a New Jersey federal court against the National Collegiate Athletic Association on behalf of college football and men’s basketball players, ESPN reported Monday. The lawsuit alleges that the NCAA has violated antitrust laws for capping ...

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This Week in Higher Ed: Feb. 26, 2014

Department of Ed. investigates U. Michigan sexual assault response The Office for Civil Rights, a branch of the U.S. Department of Education, is currently investigating an alleged mishandling of a sexual misconduct case at the University of Michigan, multiple news outlets reported. Former professor ...

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Ray Kelly committee releases initial report

Updated Feb. 20, 2014 at 2:18 a.m. When administrators decided to shut down New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly’s lecture last semester, they did so partly because some feared that mounting student and community member protests could turn violent. That detail is one of several revealed in ...

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U. launches $160 million campaign to expand engineering

Signaling the start of a $160 million campaign to develop the School of Engineering, the University announced Wednesday morning the school’s receipt of two gifts totaling $44 million. New engineering facilities will be built adjacent to Barus and Holley, where the School of Engineering is currently ...

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