Articles by Gabriella Reyes (28)

Benjamin Koatz ’16 shares a poem. The event “Men’s Story Project: Looking Within, Speaking Out” featured students and Brown community members.

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‘Men’s Story’ explores masculinity, gender, race

March 24, 2016 2 comments

“I tried to unlearn all that I knew about what manhood means,” said Marc Peters, men’s health coordinator, as he discussed being a male feminist.

Novelist Ben Marcus MFA’91 read from his latest novel “The Grow-Light Blues”  Wednesday in the McCormack Family Theater. Marcus was on campus as part of an interview for a position in the Department of Literary Arts.

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Marcus MFA’91 reads from latest work

March 10, 2016 Comments are Disabled

Novelist Ben Marcus MFA’91 explored themes of health, vulnerability and technology’s dark side while reading his work “The Grow-Light Blues.”

A more physical ‘Midsummer Night’

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A more physical ‘Midsummer Night’

March 1, 2016 1 comment

From March 3 to 13, Sock and Buskin will present Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in the Stuart Theatre.

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Shakespeare on the Green reinvents Bard’s play

February 11, 2016 Comments are Disabled

“Music of the Night,” Shakespeare on the Green’s winter show, is running Friday through Sunday.

The Rhode Island School of Design opened three new art exhibits Jan. 22. “Wild and Precious,” featured above, showcases nature photographs taken by Jesse Burke while traversing the United States with his daughter.

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Diverse new RISD exhibits feature nature, women’s attire

February 4, 2016 Comments are Disabled

Three new exhibits opened at the Rhode Island School of Design Museum Jan. 22.

Two Van Gogh-inspired paintings by Wendy Edwards, professor of visual art and chair of the department, grace the lobby of the List Art Center as part of the 2015 Faculty Exhibition.

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Faculty showcase art without boundaries

November 13, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Interactive projections, movable paintings and a musical statue, alongside more traditional paintings and sculptures, have transformed the Bell Gallery.

Terrance Hanlon poses for a picture at the Rhode Island Comic Con, which featured panels, contests and costumes that celebrated pop culture.

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At R.I. Comic Con, fans strengthen community

November 9, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Last weekend marked the fourth annual Rhode Island Comic Con, an eclectic gathering to celebrate pop culture.

A capella group Shades of Brown was among several performance groups that lit up the stage Thursday night during Brown’s annual Fall Fest. Other performers included What’s on Tap, Mariachi de Brown and imPulse.

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Fall Fest draws crowds with music, desserts

October 16, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Special Events Committee’s annual Fall Fest returned to Ruth Simmons Quadrangle Thursday, providing students with a much-needed break from midterm studying.

Meal plan offerings dish out varied per-meal values

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Meal plan offerings dish out varied per-meal values

September 23, 2015 Comments are Disabled

The meal plans with the highest total price tag offer the best per-meal value.

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Brown Language Festival gets students talking

September 11, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Tables offering brochures and snacks to passersby lined one of the Main Green’s paths Wednesday afternoon, marking the first annual Brown Language Festival.

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