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Articles by Roland High (27)

While Kitchen’s owner takes time off, Laughing Gorilla has moved in.

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Laughing Gorilla fills Kitchen’s void

December 1, 2016 0 comments

Federal Hill’s Kitchen is known for being a small breakfast restaurant with a big line of people outside, serving classic American fare.

Students, faculty protest in light of election

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Students, faculty protest in light of election

November 17, 2016 0 comments

Over 400 people descended on the Quiet Green to call on the University’s administration to protect its most vulnerable community members

Eric Nathan debuts ‘the space of a door’

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Eric Nathan debuts ‘the space of a door’

November 10, 2016 0 comments

When he walked through the doors of the Providence Athenaeum, Assistant Professor of Music Eric Nathan saw inspiration.

Grad student’s exhibit honors New Mexico landmark

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Grad student’s exhibit honors New Mexico landmark

November 4, 2016 0 comments

An interactive exhibit called “Santuario” opened Wednesday, where the creator, Rica Maestas GS, presented her work

The Ivy Film Festival and React to Film screened a new documentary highlighting the struggles of Syrians living in a Jordan refugee camp and sparking conversation on the United States’ and Russia’s role in the conflict.

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‘After Spring’ depicts life in Jordan’s largest refugee camp

October 26, 2016 0 comments

“After Spring,” a documentary executive produced by comedian-turned-filmmaker Jon Stewart, was screened Monday by the Ivy Film Festival and React to Film.

The first annual “Gigs on the Grass” showcased student performances at Pembroke field, culminating in a “Battle of the Bands.”

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‘Gigs on the Grass’ features student musical talent

October 19, 2016 0 comments

The first annual “Gigs on the Grass” showcased student performances at Pembroke field, culminating in a “Battle of the Bands.”

Giuseppe Penone’s new structure brings natural integrity to campus by remaining almost hidden among the trees on the Main Green.

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Public art on campus gains prominence

October 12, 2016 0 comments

With Urs Fischer’s “Untitled (Lamp/Bear)” arriving at Brown this past summer, public art on campus has become more apparent than ever.

Samuel Proffitt’s new E.P., which draws from his study of Russian literature and a lifelong obsession with Russian culture, will be released Oct. 10.

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Grad student to release haunting E.P.

September 29, 2016 0 comments

The haunting electronic melodies of Samuel Driver GS — known by his stage name Samuel Proffitt — began with tragedy.

Martha and Waitstill Sharp, pictured here in 1947 with their children Hastings Sharp and Martha Content Sharp, volunteered to help save refugees in Czechoslovakia during World War II.

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New exhibit explores heroism of Brown alums in WWII

September 20, 2016 0 comments

Today, the John Hay Library will open the exhibit “A Hymn for the Brave: The Sharps and Humanitarian Work in World War II.”

PBS documentary highlights couple’s bravery in WWII

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PBS documentary highlights couple’s bravery in WWII

September 15, 2016 0 comments

Driven by Artemis Joukowsky III’s decades of zealous research, “Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War,” tells a story of compassionate heroism.

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