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Jordan Hendricks

Managing Editor

Managing Editor, 2013
Features Editor, Fall 2012
Asst. Features Editor, Spring 2012
Senior Staff Writer, Fall 2011

Jordan is a member of the class of 2014, concentrating in chemistry and science & technology studies.

Articles by Jordan Hendricks (26)


First R.I. Comic Con draws celebrities, gamers

November 5, 2012 Comments are Disabled

About 15,000 people descended upon downtown Providence this weekend – among them stormtroopers, batmen, ninjas, superheroes, monsters and aliens.


Family business adds calzones to Thayer’s international menu

September 12, 2012 Comments are Disabled

When Thayer Street patrons first enter Mike’s Calzones, they are greeted by a familiar face – one that has been recognized by members of the Brown community for his culinary contributions to College Hill for almost a decade.

University News

Lecture explores animal emotions

March 16, 2012 Comments are Disabled

“If you want to understand animals, you need to get away from verbal language,” Temple Grandin, professor of animal sciences at Colorado State University and renowned autism advocate, told a crowd of about 500 in Andrews Dining Hall last night.


BrownBares uncovers student bodies for student body

March 12, 2012 1 comment

It has been called a microcosm of Brunonian culture, a “Craigslist for Brown” and an inspiration for students and alums to pose nude on the roof of the GeoChem Building, in Faunce House, in Sayles Hall, in Steinert Practice Center and in Salomon Center. While much of the hype of on campus has died down, the site remains active months after its creation in mid-November.

University News

Spotlight: New female group satirizes gender stereotypes

February 15, 2012 Comments are Disabled

After one year, 200 subscribers and dozens of emails from an old man who blogs about love and cats, the RIB —  Brown’s first all-female comedy group — is finally on the map. The group attained Category I student group status in the fall from the Undergraduate Council of Students, making it the “new baby” of the College Hill comedy scene, said Rachel Borders ’13, co-founder of the group.

Features, University News

Amorous alums play matchmakers

February 14, 2012 Comments are Disabled

Some Ivy League students may be single this Valentine’s Day, but they don’t have to be. Two dating websites started by alums in the past two years are helping Brown students and others find love. 


Student group promotes responsible drinking

January 30, 2012 Comments are Disabled

The feeling is all too common — an overwhelming sense of dizziness, compounded by an inability to place one foot in front of the other without stumbling. While this experience is typically induced by heavy drinking, students could mimic the effects of high blood alcohol content using special “beer goggles” at an event Friday sponsored by Students for a Sensible Drug Policy, Health Services and the Greek Council.

University News

Two top posts to be named in spring

November 29, 2011 Comments are Disabled

The University hopes to announce both the inaugural director for the planned center for the study of slavery and justice and a replacement director for the Office of Institutional Diversity by the end of the academic year, administrators said at the Brown University Community Council meeting yesterday.

University News

Occupy calls for campus strike to start today

November 27, 2011 Comments are Disabled

In solidarity with more than 40 college campuses nationwide, members of Occupy College Hill planned a general strike to begin at 10 a.m. today, asking members of the Brown community to “refuse to attend class, go to work and conduct business of any kind,” according to a statement released by the group.

University News

Presidential search committee opens dialogue with staff

November 20, 2011 Comments are Disabled

As the search for the University’s 19th president continues, University employees hope for a leader who will “inspire staff to continue to do their best work,” said Karen Davis, vice president for human resources and an ex-officio adviser to the Staff Advisory Council.

Multimedia by Jordan Hendricks (2)