Video Editor Danny Garfield captured students and Providence residents enjoying the effects of Winter Storm Nemo last weekend.
The work of a thriller writer takes the author into a dark place. “We listen to the voices in our head that tell us to kill,” said Lisa Gardner, one of the six world-renowned authors that spoke to a packed Salomon 101 for the library’s Thriller Writer Panel. “We write it down,” she said.
In ceremonies punctuated with insights from the past, celebrations of present successes and excitement for the future, members of the Brown community and distinguished guests marked the inauguration of the University’s 19th president, Christina Paxson.
Imagine walking in a straight line on a torus, a bagel-like geometric shape. It would be possible to go through the hole and end up where you started, walk around the perimeter and end up back at the beginning, or to walk in spirals and zig-zags.
In what he termed a “colossally important find,” Professor of Anthropology Stephen Houston and his team of experts discovered the tomb of an ancient Maya king this summer.
A crowd of nearly 200 people gathered in the State House rotunda Thursday afternoon, calling for legislators to use federal stimulus money to help those who have lost their homes due to foreclosure, eviction or job loss. The rally was organized by 10 groups, including non-profit organizations such as the Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless and Housing Opportunities for People Everywhere, a student organization at Brown that works with the homeless community.