Jaclyn Torres

Arts & Culture Editor

Articles by Jaclyn Torres (30)

Diners mill around the Santé Mobile Farmhouse Cafe, ordering and enjoying vegan- and vegetarian-friendly salads, wraps and smoothies.

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Santé Mobile Farmhouse Cafe offers fresh take on cuisine

October 14, 2015 Comments are Disabled

The new vegan- and vegetarian-friendly food truck offers a menu that can be altered based on dietary restrictions and allergies.

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‘The Intern’ offers comedic look into complicated friendship

September 23, 2015 Comments are Disabled

With its depiction of growing up and getting old, the film leaves the audience, at the very least, with a renewed appreciation for their elders.

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Arch sings highlight groups’ individuality, musicality

September 16, 2015 Comments are Disabled

A cappella ruled the night on Sept. 12 as the various singing groups gathered under Wayland and Morris Champlain arches to entice the class of 2019.

Leon Cooper, professor of physics and Nobel Prize laureate, lends his backing to the Iran nuclear deal, which would reduce Iran’s stockpile of enriched uranium from 12,000 kilograms to 300 kilograms.

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Professors speak in strong support of Iran nuclear deal

September 14, 2015 1 comment

“Iran could have had a bomb in a few weeks … without this agreement,” said Leon Cooper, professor of physics, at a Watson Institute teach-in Monday.

In 1970, a hurricane caused major water damage to Sayles Hall and its organ. They have since been restored, along with the longstanding tradition of the midnight organ concert, which Steinback brought back in 1993.

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Organist Mark Steinbach masters music of midnight

September 9, 2015 Comments are Disabled

As the clock struck midnight Monday morning, 500 undergraduates lay on the floor of Sayles Hall, awaiting the arrival of Mark Steinbach.

Students gather in the basement of the Stephen Robert ’62 Campus Center to be swabbed and rewarded with $5 gift cards. There was another station set up in the Chancellor’s Room at the Sharpe Refectory.

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Meningitis study examines bacterial transmission

March 3, 2015 1 comment

A meningitis study will take place on campus March 2-5, Medical Director of Health Services Unab Khan announced in a campus-wide email Feb. 27.

Nick Talbott ’15 played in his first championship tournament this weekend. Talbott, who was previously on the men’s crew team, has translated his athletic ability to the squash court.


Three represent squash team at Individual National Championships

March 2, 2015 Comments are Disabled

The best squash players in the nation battled it out this weekend in the last tournament of the season: the College Squash Individual National Championship.

Gina Matsumoto ’16 is setting the pool on fire: The junior has rewritten the Brown record book in the 200-meter butterfly and the 400-meter individual medley and hopes to help the Bears to a better Ivy finish next year.


Matsumoto ’16 breaks school record in 400m individual medley

February 27, 2015 Comments are Disabled

After 17 years, a new name will be slotted into the record book for the 400-meter individual medley.

Charlie Blasberg ’18 lunges for the ball. Blasberg proved instrumental this weekend, winning every match he played.


Men’s squash wraps up season with no Ivy wins

February 23, 2015 2 comments

The No. 18 men’s squash team finished the season with a 7-9 record.

Med School exhibit takes people-first approach

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Med School exhibit takes people-first approach

February 20, 2015 Comments are Disabled

The exhibit features portraits of 17 patients who suffer from rare diseases in order to spread awareness and appeal for funding for further research.