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By The Editors / November / December 1999
November 5th, 2007
Replacing Yale President Richard Levin, E. Gordon Gee was elected president of the Council for Ivy Group Presidents, pledging to develop stronger athletic and nonathletic relationships among the eight Ivys....Brown students got one more way to escape College Hill when RIPTA introduced fifty-cent trolley service to Federal Hill....Brown researchers received a three-year $1.25 million National Science Foundation grant to design software to allow archeologists to model and reconstruct columns, statues, and other complex shapes from photos and video of unearthed fragments....New University Registrar Michael Pesta pledged to establish a new on-line registration system for students....Written by Rites & Reason Theatre Artistic Director and Professor of Afro-American Studies Elmo Terry-Morgan, Heart to Heart (Ain't Your Life Worth Saving?), a play depicting the symptoms of cardiovascular disease in women of color, was performed at eight locations in Providence....NASA approved Deep Impact, a $240 million project designed by Professor of Geological Sciences Peter Schultz and eleven other scientists to build a satellite that will collide with a comet on July 4, 2005, giving researchers a glimpse into the origins of the solar system....Assistant Professor of Sociology and Public Policy E. Brooke Harrington published a study showing that investment clubs whose members include both men and women outperform those restricted to one gender.
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