Local company New Harvest Coffee celebrated its 15th anniversary on Friday in the warm hall of the historic Providence Arcade
Arts & Culture
Student dancers from groups including Attitude Dance Company, Dance Extension and Fusion Dance Company united this weekend on the Fall Dance Concert stage.
“These writers work to humanize black lives,” said Director of the Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice Anthony Bogues.
Today at 3:30 p.m., Alumnae Hall will host “Navigating Spaces: A Disability Interaction Workshop.”
The Triple Helix seeks to put the science occurring around students every day into context.
Through varied media including visual arts, photography, poetry and music, Juliana Huxtable explores the boundaries of identity.
By 8 p.m. on Saturday night, the seats of MacMillian 117 were nearly filled — the audience in eager anticipation of “Pitch Please: An Aca-Benefit Battle.”
Brown University Gilbert & Sullivan held their annual fall production this weekend, performing a unique interpretation of “Princess Ida.”
In “The Road Weeps, The Well Runs Dry,” legend and history come together to present a portrait of mid-19th-century life from the Black Seminoles
The Asian Cafe is perfect for semi-special occasions or just a fun night away from monotonous Brown dining halls.