Articles by Andrew Friedman (29)


Friedman ’19: Facing freshman fears

September 8, 2016 Comments are Disabled

Three weeks ago, I signed up to offer advice and tips to my advisor’s incoming first-year advisees over an hour-long meeting.


Friedman ’19: Universities fail on mental health

April 22, 2016 Comments are Disabled

Last month, one of my classmates from middle school passed away.


Friedman ’19: An Epicurean renaissance

April 8, 2016 Comments are Disabled

The topic of post-college plans is, at least in my personal experience, one of the most difficult to broach in conversation with my freshman friends.


Friedman ’19: College’s thin line between private and public

March 22, 2016 Comments are Disabled

Before coming to Brown, I had the false impression that spaces would assume well-defined roles in my public or private life.


Friedman ’19: Let’s unpack ‘unpacking’

March 4, 2016 6 comments

I always knew that college was going to be full of conversations: late-night, lengthy, profound and sometimes uncomfortable.


Friedman ’19: Sick of same old love songs

February 9, 2016 6 comments

Though I am a big fan of her performance on “Wizards of Waverly Place,” I was really disappointed in Selena.

Students enrolled in MUSC 0640: “Ghanaian Drumming and Dancing Ensemble” sport traditional Ghanaian dress in the course’s culminating performance. In the hands-on course, students learn about not only drumming but also African tradition and culture.

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Class highlights Ghanaian culture through drumming

December 4, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Western and Ghanian rhythms exploded together on stage at the Grant Recital Hall during the Ghanian Drumming Concert Wednesday night.

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Cultures fuse at Legends of the SEA

November 11, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Salomon Center was filled with savory aromas and diverse music ranging from Japanese folk to rap this weekend.

Judaic studies department faces shifting enrollment, few concentrators

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Judaic studies department faces shifting enrollment, few concentrators

September 25, 2015 2 comments

Enrollment in Judaic studies courses reached 199 students last year, compared with 160 students in the 2013-14 academic year.