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Jason Vu ’17, Griffin Hartmann ’15, Jenzel Espares ’16 and Dara Emery ’15 prepare for their spring show, which debuts Friday. While the group’s work is primarily hip-hop, the performance represents its talent in a range of musical genres. Elaborate costumes will help shape the alter egos that each dancer portrays throughout the show.

Arts & Culture

ImPulse’s spring performance rises to the occasion

March 6, 2015 1 comment

Dancers dressed in gold weave and flow through shifting flashes of colorful light in an opening set of “ImPulse Rising.”

Production Workshop actress Charlotte Senders ’18 performs a scene from a stage adaptation of Lewis Caroll’s storybook.

Arts & Culture

Production Workshop falls down the rabbit hole

February 6, 2015 0 comments

“Wonderland,” a play directed by Rebecca Carrol ’15 and produced by the Production Workshop, is interactive in the truest sense of the word.

Arts & Culture

Providence art projects receive national recognition

January 23, 2015 0 comments

Out of a pool of nearly 1,300 applicants, ArtPlace America listed two Providence art project proposals among 90 finalists for its National Grants Program.

Aerobic exercise is associated with reduced alcohol consumption in individuals with alcohol dependency, University psychiatrists showed in a new study published in the Journal of Substance Abuse and Treatment.

Science & Research

Exercise may help treat alcohol dependence, study shows

April 14, 2014 1 comment

Aerobic exercise may improve outcomes for alcohol-dependent individuals, according to recent findings from a psychological study.

Harkness House has housed a number of fraternities and student groups throughout the years, including Social Dorm and Technology House.

Features

Harkness, a history: Wriston’s varied past

March 12, 2014 7 comments

The quirky Harkness House and surrounding dormitories have been home and hub to student life ever since former President Henry Wriston’s campus overhaul.

Panelists at a conference Saturday, representing a wide variety of schools and academic backgrounds, discussed neuroaesthetics and related topics.

Science & Research

Cognitive sciences, visual arts intersect at conference

March 3, 2014 0 comments

Mingling over cookies turned into heated debate over the nature of neuroscience’s role in explaining aesthetic experience on Saturday.

Emily Lamb ’11 will soon publish her research findings on barnacle systems in Chile, which refute the claim that changes in temperature affect competition between barnacle species.

Science & Research

Alum analyzes barnacle ecosystems

February 26, 2014 0 comments

The senior thesis-turned-research paper of Emily Lamb ’11 — which investigates barnacle behavior as influenced by temperature — will be published in April.

Brown’s culinary team took over a year to develop the new eatery’s menu, taking student feedback and previous trends from the Gate into account.

University News

Andrews Commons food, decor a welcome addition, students say

February 6, 2014 6 comments

Andrews Commons has been put to the test by ravenous college students, desperate to satisfy their appetites after full days of classes and meetings.

Arts & Culture

Alum thrust onto stage in national ‘Wicked’ tour

January 24, 2014 0 comments

On an April Tuesday last year, Jaime Rosenstein ’10 MFA’13 received a call that she had landed a role in the national tour of the Broadway musical “Wicked.”

Features

Halloweek haunts College Hill

October 31, 2013 0 comments

The week’s festivities include the Midnight Organ Recital and the RISD Artist Ball.