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Articles by Palak Walia (6)

This weekend, Bryonn Bain will perform his one-man show, “Lyrics From Lockdown,” which deals with issues regarding racial profiling.

Arts & Culture

Multimedia performance challenges justice system

March 14, 2014 Comments are Disabled

In 2002, Bryonn Bain was pulled over for an extinct left taillight. He was arrested for three outstanding warrants and spent three days in jail.

Students sporting “college street style” top Shopping Period’s first page. Roberto Gedeon ’15 and Alexandra Kordas ’15 work with the Brown community to produce the blog’s content.

Arts & Culture

Campus blog showcases student fashion scene

January 28, 2014 2 comments

For Roberto Gedeon ’15 and Alexandra Kordas ’15, Shopping Period is simply the next step in the evolution of their personal aesthetic.

Arts & Culture

Bell Gallery searches for new curator

September 13, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Current curator Russell will stay on for two more projects and as assistant professor of visual art.

Up-and-coming designers shy away from conservative style as they display their works on the runway.

Arts & Culture

Fashion showcase opens downtown

January 28, 2013 Comments are Disabled

The fifth annual StyleWeek Northeast provides a bold forum for budding designers.

Arts & Culture

Fall concert to be held outdoors

September 14, 2012 Comments are Disabled

Punk band Titus Andronicus will perform on Ruth J. Simmons Quadrangle Sept. 15, preceded by opening act TOKiMONSTA, at this year’s Fall Concert. The concert will officially be held outside, the Brown Concert Agency announced via its blog Wednesday.

Arts & Culture

Seminar designs exhibit for Chinese New Year

February 6, 2012 Comments are Disabled

In celebration of the Chinese New Year that began two weeks ago, a new exhibit on display in the inner lobby of List Art Center showcases a collection of images — meant to ward off evil and bring good luck in the coming year — to herald the Year of the Dragon.