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Topic: Top Stories

SciLi stacks to become resource centers

University News

SciLi stacks to become resource centers

March 16, 2015 5 comments

Floors five through nine of the library will become home to various resource centers.

Meiklejohn Program accepts more applicants

University News

Meiklejohn Program accepts more applicants

March 16, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Approximately 78 percent of students who applied to be Meiklejohn Peer Advisors, or 353 out of 453 applicants, will soon be notified of their acceptances.

Ziya Gokaslan P’18 hopes to expand functional and interventional neurosurgery and eventually bring another brain tumor surgeon to Brown.

Science & Research

Ziya Gokaslan hired as new chief of neurosurgery

March 16, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Gokaslan will leave his posts as director of the Neurosurgical Spine Center and vice chairman of neurosurgery at the John Hopkins School of Medicine July 1.

Waka Flocka Flame’s most recent album, “Triple F Life: Friends, Fans & Family,” was released in 2012, and he plans to drop a new album in June.

Arts & Culture

Waka Flocka Flame to play Spring Weekend

March 13, 2015 14 comments

Waka Flocka Flame will perform on the Friday of Spring Weekend, Brown Concert Agency announced in a post on its blog Thursday.

The women’s ski team — which has won its last 40 conference competitions, the longest such streak for any sport at Brown — is in danger of demotion to club level due to a lack of funds and insufficient fundraising efforts.

Sports

Women’s ski team in danger of demotion to club status

March 13, 2015 12 comments

The women’s varsity ski team will likely be demoted to club status, members of the team said.

Students in the Group Independent Study Project, “Music Journalism,” coordinated by Ben Berke ’16, meet in Sayles Hall on a weekly basis, where they share and discuss music criticisms and essays.

Arts & Culture

Students chime in on music-themed GISPs

March 13, 2015 1 comment

Students who pursue their passions for music have adapted their melodic interests to the classroom setting this year.

Hundreds march on U. Hall to protest handling of cases

University News

Hundreds march on U. Hall to protest handling of cases

March 12, 2015 24 comments

About 400 community members marched onto the Quiet Green Wednesday to protest the University’s handling of the date-rape drug and sexual assault cases.