Jon Birger ’90 returned to campus Tuesday afternoon to discuss his newest book “Date-onomics: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game.
Arts & Culture
“Music of the Night,” Shakespeare on the Green’s winter show, is running Friday through Sunday.
Students and professors alike will dance their way into the “Dancing With the Professors” ballroom dance competition Friday at 7 p.m. in Alumnae Hall.
The Department of East Asian Studies is hosting Chinese Language Week, five nights of festivities starting with a celebration of Chinese New Year Monday.
Carlos Sirah MFA’17 took the stage in a workshop-style performance of his play, “The Light Body,” Sunday night.
Have you wondered why hookup culture has replaced old-fashioned dating? The explanation is more straightforward than expected.
The Department of Hispanic Studies is hosting Spanish Language Week, a series of movies, talks and programs, Feb. 8 to Feb. 12.
Amidst widespread recognition from the classical music community, the Brown Orchestra released its first professionally recorded CD, “Manhattan Intermezzo.”
Noah Cowan ’19 will go head to head Friday with some of the most eclectic minds in America’s most famous game: “Jeopardy!”
The film “Carol,” directed by Todd Haynes ’85, has received critical acclaim from journalists and critics all over the world.