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A typical day for Chas Steinbrugge ’24 starts out like many others on campus — he goes to class, has meals with friends and studies in the library. But, unlike most students, Steinbrugge is often posting jokes about the University on his ever-growing Instagram page, @brownumemes.  

Student’s meme page pokes fun at U. policies

A typical day for Chas Steinbrugge ’24 starts out like many others on campus — he goes to class, has meals with friends and studies in the library. But, unlike most students, Steinbrugge is often posting jokes about the University on his ever-growing Instagram page, @brownumemes.  

On Sept. 18, the Providence community gathered for the unveiling of a new mural by North Carolina-based ...

Providence welcomes new mural downtown

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On Sept. 18, the Providence community gathered for the unveiling of a new mural by North Carolina-based ...


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A University student-led satellite project called SBUDNIC has been building an exceptionally quickly and efficiently developed research nanosatellite.. The satellite, a 3U Cubesat built on a $10,000 budget over the course of a year, would be the first of its kind built solely from terrestrial parts ...

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The Brown women’s soccer team (6-3) came away victorious in their Ivy League opener, defeating rival Dartmouth (4-3-1) by a 4-1 scoreline Sunday evening. The crucial victory over an in-conference foe was the second win in a row for the Bears following back-to-back losses in non-conference play.  ...

Editorial: How can we identify with public art we don’t understand?

One of the values of public art on campus, according to Brown, is that it “contributes to a sense of place, and inspires identification with this institution, its history and its values.” But the “Large Concretised Monument to the Twentieth Century” on the Main Green, installed May 14, is achieving ...

McGough ’23: Make elections matter again

Every two years, Americans gather at the polls to refresh the nation’s leaders. This biannual pace is perfectly normal to us, but it is astonishingly quick to our international peers. The parliaments of the United Kingdom, France and Canada default to five-year terms, while only two countries worldwide, ...

Kharel: America must globalize vaccine distribution

Though recent promises to increase global vaccination distribution point in the right direction, a big question remains: Why are we allowing waste of these life-saving vaccines daily and why has our global response been so delayed?



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University reopens indoor dining

The University will reopen indoor dining Friday following a drop in COVID-19 cases among students, after temporarily moving to take-out only dining in response to a spike, according to a Wednesday evening email from Russell Carey ’91 MA’06, executive vice president for planning and policy.

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Jabberwocks audition cards reveal racist, sexualizing comments

Between 2017 and 2019, the Jabberwocks a cappella group wrote comments on the back of audition cards that mocked auditionee’s accents and races, sexualized appearances and made fun of singing abilities. These cards were revealed alongside a 2006 quote book and a personal notebook belonging to one ...



Seth Magaziner ’06 runs for R.I. governor

Rhode Island General Treasurer  Seth Magaziner ’06 announced his run for governor Sept. 15, entering an already-crowded Democratic primary with competitors such as R.I. Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea and most likely current Gov. Dan McKee.


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Men’s water polo beats MIT, loses to US Air Force Academy Saturday

Men’s water polo (7-6) split its two games at the Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center Saturday, beating Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2-4) before falling to the U.S. Air Force Academy (11-1) in their final game before the Bears begin conference play at Princeton Oct. 2. 

Men’s soccer falls to Providence College

The men’s soccer team went toe-to-toe with Providence College (5-1-1, No. 24 in NCAA rankings) at Stevenson-Pincince Field Wednesday night, keeping the Friars off the board in a defensive first half. But after allowing the Friars to knock in a set piece goal in the 51st minute, it was all Providence, ...

Controversy of U. event amid COVID-19

A Sept. 13 dinner hosted by the Brown Athletics Department for student-athletes drew backlash from students, who criticized the University for hosting a large event that coincided with its announcement of temporary COVID-19 restrictions. The short-term restrictions included a halt on in-person dining, ...

Women’s soccer wins 3-1 against Northeastern

The women’s soccer team (5-3) cruised to a 3-1 victory over the Northeastern University Huskies (3-4-1) Sunday afternoon at Stevenson-Pincince Field. After two tough road losses to the University of Notre Dame and Providence College, both of which finished 2-1, this weekend’s win was much-needed ...





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