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Articles by Carolynn Cong (19)

Replacing Wings & Things, PieZoni’s menu will include pizzas, calzones, burgers, pastas, subs and salads. Its chain store atmosphere, complete with free Wi-Fi, offers a contrast to the pizza joints on Thayer Street.

Arts & Culture

New joint PieZoni’s delivers slice of home to Brook St.

September 16, 2015 1 comment

Students on south campus can now satisfy their appetites and carb cravings at PieZoni’s, an alternative to Bagel Gourmet on Brook Street.

Arts & Culture

Exhibit explores poverty, inequality through art

April 15, 2015 0 comments

The show consists of a series of works by 11 contemporary artists responding to Bhrigupati Singh’s new book, “Poverty and the Quest for Life.”

Science & Research

Researchers tackle gaps in hepatitis C treatment

February 19, 2015 1 comment

A program run by U. researchers aims to identify and provide comprehensive treatment for underserved patients who are chronically infected with hepatitis C.

Comic exhibition illuminates Arab culture through cartoons

Arts & Culture

Comic exhibition illuminates Arab culture through cartoons

February 11, 2015 2 comments

The “Arab Comics: 90 Years of Popular Visual Culture” exhibition features Arabic comics crafted as early as the 1950s and as recently 2012.

Researchers, students disagree over benefits and health risks of marijuana

Science & Research

Researchers, students disagree over benefits and health risks of marijuana

February 3, 2015 2 comments

The Ocean State is blowing the nation away, as it was recently ranked the state with the most marijuana use.

When sexually active students take full custody of their dorm rooms, their roommates seek refuge in dorm hallways, lounges and friends’ rooms, a retreat that can affect both their health and schoolwork.

Features

Putting up the ‘do not disturb’ sign

September 30, 2014 0 comments

Most students define sexiling as the phenomenon of being “exiled” from their own living quarters by a roommate who is hooking up with someone.

Panel moderator Beshara Doumani, director of Middle East studies, urged students to ask tough questions related to the Israel-Palestine conflict.

University News

Teach-in highlights sharp divides over Gaza

September 11, 2014 7 comments

A teach-in on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict grew tense Wednesday evening as opinions clashed in a MacMillan 117 filled to capacity.

University News

U. installs printing stations in eateries, Keeney Quad

April 21, 2014 0 comments

Students who resent last-minute runs to the Sciences Library to print materials before class may be in luck.

U. first choice for two-thirds of students, poll shows

University News

U. first choice for two-thirds of students, poll shows

April 7, 2014 6 comments
This article is part of the series Spring 2014 Student Poll

Approximately nine in 10 undergraduates are satisfied with their decision to come to Brown, according to the results of a Herald poll conducted March 3-4.

Poll shows low ratings of R.I. officials

Metro

Poll shows low ratings of R.I. officials

March 17, 2014 0 comments

R.I. voters have low confidence in the effectiveness of their elected state leaders, according to the results of a poll conducted Feb. 9-12.