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Students practice self-governance

Johnson & Wales University officials dedicate Rhode Island’s first cooperative-style housing for students on Sept. 3 in Cranston. Thirty-five student residents helped celebrate the opening of Centennial House. Located at 135 Norwood St., Centennial House is focused on self-governance and requires residents to engage in community-service projects throughout the academic year. From left: Cranston Mayor Alan Fung; JWU Chancellor John Bowen; Centennial House Student President Kevin Walton; JWU Providence Campus President Mim Runey and Marie Bernardo-Sousa, senior vice president of student services.

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Students practice self-governance

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Johnson & Wales University officials dedicate Rhode Island’s first cooperative-style housing for students on Sept. 3 in Cranston. Thirty-five student residents helped celebrate the opening of Centennial House. Located at 135 Norwood St., Centennial House is focused on self-governance and requires residents to engage in community-service projects throughout the academic year. From left: Cranston Mayor Alan Fung; JWU Chancellor John Bowen; Centennial House Student President Kevin Walton; JWU Providence Campus President Mim Runey and Marie Bernardo-Sousa, senior vice president of student services.

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