South Providence residents protest Mayor Jorge Elorza’s proposed plan to renovate homes across the city. They fear the initiative will lead to ballooning housing prices, displacing longtime residents.

Local residents protest housing project

By February 12, 2016

On Thursday, homeowners from South Providence and Brown students gathered in front of the mayor’s office in City Hall to protest the EveryHome initiative.

Grapengeter-Rudnick ’17 takes helm of Brown sailing

Megan Grapengeter-Rudnick ’17 was elected co-ed captain of Brown sailing. She brings individual talent and leadership ability to the team.

By February 12, 2016

The boat surged through the water, buffeted by high winds and falling snow. It was late fall, and the temperature was hovering in the mid-30s.

Skewers experiments with menu change

By February 12, 2016

Thayer Street’s Skewers has been back in business for the past couple weeks, boasting a revamped menu replete with both Mediterranean and Mexican options.

Men’s, women’s basketball hit stride midway through Ivy play

By February 12, 2016

The men’s and women’s basketball teams have played four weeks and will have reached the halfway point of their season after Friday’s contests.

Athlete of the Week: Conway ’17 secures tie with clutch performance

By February 12, 2016

If any player on the women’s hockey team (3-19-3, 1-14-3 ECAC) deserved to score a clutch third-period goal against Harvard, it was Erin Conway ’17.

Campbell '18: Radically moderate

In the wake of the New Hampshire primaries especially, it seems that today there is little audience for moderate or centrist speech.

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Kumar '17: On scholarly sanctity

While abroad last semester in Paris, I took classes at the Sorbonne, an imposing structure with roots in the 13th century.

Editorial: Troubling textbook costs

The exorbitant cost of textbooks, as well as other course materials, is one of the biggest financial challenges Brown students face.

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Sounding Off: Student music reverberates across campus

For students who plan to pursue music — whether professionally or recreationally — keeping their lives as college students and performers in harmony can be difficult.

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Abroad But Not Alone: United World College at Brown

For every five international students at Brown, one most likely attended a high school part of the United World College program.

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A Neighborhood Unmoored: Harboring Cape Verde in Providence

As new cultures and experiences mold the Cape Verdean diaspora, the local definition of a Cape Verdean grows thinner, calling into question whether anything distinctive will be left for future generations.