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Articles by Roland High (27)

Future development in the Jewelry District will include the University’s construction of a translational science complex.

Metro

Paxson outlines downtown expansion efforts

December 1, 2015 0 comments

President Paxson highlighted the eventual construction of a translational science complex at the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting.

Arts & Culture

New Harvest Coffee bash offers caffeine, alcohol buzz

November 23, 2015 0 comments

Local company New Harvest Coffee celebrated its 15th anniversary on Friday in the warm hall of the historic Providence Arcade

Arts & Culture

‘Animation Show of Shows’ displays stylistically diverse shorts

November 11, 2015 0 comments

The contrast between impending death and serenity brought the audience to the edge of their seats, where they stayed for the rest of the film.

Wriston Quadrangle was abuzz with the excitement and energy of students from William D’Abate Elementary School, as they trick-or-treated at all the Greek houses in all kinds of creative costumes.

Arts & Culture

‘Halloween on Wriston’ thrills local children

October 30, 2015 0 comments

As dark storm clouds and rain descended on College Hill, children from William D’Abate Elementary School screamed and giggled at “Halloween on Wriston.”

Several artists shared their experience and work with students at MESH, which showcased art ranging from computer animation to sculpture.

Arts & Culture

MESH sparks creativity through collaborative experiment

October 28, 2015 0 comments

The event allowed people to see the process behind an exhibition, from “an artist working on the art to the art being installed on the wall.”

RISD exhibit explores the dark side of Modernism

Arts & Culture

RISD exhibit explores the dark side of Modernism

October 9, 2015 0 comments

“When Now is Night,” is a sobering reflection on the dark side of utopian 20th century Modernism, marking the first US solo show from Martin Boyce.

Talk examines negative repercussions of New York’s High Line project

Arts & Culture, Illustrations

Talk examines negative repercussions of New York’s High Line project

September 30, 2015 0 comments

The High Line project was designed to revive the “so-called dead space.”

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