Seamus Kirst ’13 tells a story that began even before he was born in “Shitfaced: Musings of a Former Drunk.”
Arts & Culture
Alternative student rock outfit The Layovers is paradoxically bound by its members’ differences.
Walking down Washington Street, pedestrians encounter a series of murals on building facades and across various avenues.
Yellowed manuscripts reveal passages and images printed hundreds of years ago — all of which share one thing in common: fire.
What began as an inaugural spring “Junior Promenade” has since become Brown students’ beloved music-packed and (on good years) sun-soaked Spring Weekend.
The 67-year-old Spring Weekend remains an irrefutable highlight of the Brown experience.
Join Rhode Island School of Design students Thursday at 6:30 p.m. for an “anti-salon” as student artist-scholars gather to feature their work
Last Wednesday, food truck Rocket Fine Street Food stopped on Waterman Street during lunch time and sold out of everything in two hours.
Father John Misty takes a great deal from the gospel of David Foster Wallace on his latest record “Pure Comedy.”
The literary arts department hosted a memorial tribute Tuesday for Michael S. Harper, who joined the University as an English professor in 1970.