Articles by Caroline Sedano (38)

Crazy and loud, weekend concerts generally a hit

April 14, 2008 Comments are Disabled

The concerts may have been indoors, the crowds raucous, the sound quality poor during M.I.A.’s performance, but Spring Weekend concert attendees seemed to thoroughly enjoy the weekend’s performances.

1,500 more packages may be sold for Spring Weekend

March 19, 2008 Comments are Disabled

The Brown Concert Agency will sell an additional 1,500 tickets for each Spring Weekend concert if weather permits, the group announced today. Good weather will also allow the Friday event featuring Lupe Fiasco to be held on the Main Green. The tickets will go on sale on April 9 for seniors and April 10 for all other students.

Two seniors show off post-apocalyptic vision at Avon

March 17, 2008 Comments are Disabled

It would have been impossible for a passer-by to miss the hundreds of Brown students waiting outside the Avon Cinema at 11:30 p.m. last Thursday. The line stretched from the Avon’s entrance and wound around the block, transforming the street into a buzzing spectacle.

Donahue ’11 cashes in as virtual arms dealer

March 14, 2008 Comments are Disabled

Before setting foot on Brown’s campus, Evan Donahue ’11 made thousands of dollars creating weapons to summon damned souls and create rifts in space-time fabric to suck in adversaries.

Columbia latest to end low-income fees

March 12, 2008 Comments are Disabled

Columbia will join a growing list of wealthy colleges and universities offering new and improved financial aid policies for the next academic year. Students from families earning less than $60,000 a year will no longer need to pay tuition, room and board or other fees.

Student film on rape at Brown debuts at Cable Car

March 7, 2008 Comments are Disabled

A Brown student sits on a white couch, hands clenched tightly together, eyes downcast as she describes the man who got into her car and forced her to give him money and perform a variety of sexual acts on him. The hand held camera zooms in slightly as she bites her lip and looks right into the camera and says he held her at knife point throughout the whole ordeal.

Students’ film shown at Oscar pre-show

February 25, 2008 Comments are Disabled

Little did Jonathan Gordon ’11 know when he was approached five months ago by a couple of seniors to act in their short film that he would end up on the Oscars.

No more parking for students on campus

February 13, 2008 Comments are Disabled

Starting next semester, the University will no longer provide on-campus parking for students, a University official announced Thursday at a public presentation on facilities design.

U. starts Cuba abroad program

February 12, 2008 Comments are Disabled

Though the average American can’t travel to Cuba, 10 Brown students will have the opportunity to spend next semester in Havana studying with 10 Cuban students at the Casa de Las Americas, taught entirely by Cuban professors.

iClickers help science classes go interactive

February 1, 2008 Comments are Disabled

What does a professor do when he has to teach about 200 students the importance of chemical structures of living organisms?