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The Brown Daily Herald
195 Angell St
Providence, RI 02906 Directions
Stefflon Don, the British rapper, singer and songwriter best known for her 2017 single Hurtin Me, will not be performing at Spring Weekend Friday April 26.
Scholars from the Universitys Judaic Studies program recently received a $172,000 grant that will enable the program to digitize academic works published in limited, often-inaccessible print editions, said Michael Satlow.
University researchers have brought the childlike appeal of LEGO blocks to the chemistry lab a newly invented material can stick to itself, be molded to form a structure and, when needed, can adapt to reshape itself, just like a set of LEGOs built into various shapes.
University researcher and Professor of Engineering Huajian Gao and Xi-Qiao Feng, a researcher from Tsinghua University, led a study that found that the mechanical properties of spider silk change significantly at different points on the web.
On April 1, The Herald reported that the University suspended its terminal masters in history. That program had offered a year-long opportunity to earn a masters degree for students not previously enrolled at the University now, outside applicants cannot receive a standalone masters in history degree from Brown.
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