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Victoria Yin is a Junior from Des Moines, Iowa. She currently serves as the Co-Head Photo Editor. She enjoys photography and skateboarding in her free time.

Articles by Victoria Yin (6)

Pizza Marvin is Providence’s latest pizza joint, located on the corner of Wickenden and Governor Streets.

Metro, News

Pizza Marvin, a not-so classic pizza parlor, arrives on Wickenden Street

January 21, 2021 0 comments

Pizza Marvin, a collaboration between chef Robert Andreozzi and renowned bartender Jesse Hedberg, opened its doors on the corner of Wickenden Street and Governor Street last month.  Andreozzi drew inspiration from “historic pizza joints,” he said. 

IN PHOTOS: Discovering Dorm Life

Multimedia, Photo Gallery

IN PHOTOS: Discovering Dorm Life

November 13, 2020 0 comments

This semester, the University opened the doors to on-campus residency to the majority of sophomores, juniors and seniors beginning on September 18. Dorms were all converted to single-occupancy rooms, each equipped with a mini-fridge and microwave.

Benjamin Crump, who had just left Marcellis Stinnette’s vigil, spoke to 120 virtual attendees about how “we can make a better America.

News, University News

Prominent civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump discusses police violence, systemic racism and action

October 28, 2020 3 comments

On the evening of Oct. 27, renowned civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump delivered a virtual lecture hosted by the Brown Lecture Board to 120 online attendees. Wearing a suit adorned with a deep purple tie and silver eagle lapel pin, Crump explained that he had just left Marcellis Stinnette’s vigil. 

IN PHOTOS: Brown students around the world

Arts & Culture, Multimedia, Photo Gallery

IN PHOTOS: Brown students around the world

October 23, 2020 0 comments

To capture the diverse Brown experience of current undergraduates, we asked our photographers to photograph and share the familiar sights around them. Among them is a first-year who found purpose exploring northern New Jersey and a junior who is studying remotely at her grandmother’s farm.

University libraries opened on Monday as part of Brown’s transition to level two of the reopening plan, providing students the ability to book a two-hour study slot on the library website.

Arts & Culture, News, University News

Brown libraries welcome back undergraduate students

October 8, 2020 0 comments

As the University welcomed back undergraduate students into classrooms Monday, it also allowed students back into three of the University’s libraries as part of the school’s move to a Level 2 Campus Activity Status. 

Featuring posters from Rhode Island artist collective Print Live You Give A Damn Press!, the “State of Urgency” exhibit will be on display at the Granoff Center for Creative Arts through December 15.

Arts & Culture

‘State of Urgency’ exhibits local artists’ prints inspired by current social movements

October 6, 2020 0 comments

The “State of Urgency” art exhibition opened in the Cohen Gallery Monday, featuring a collection of “Protest Posters created for the Rhode Island Community” by the Print Like You Give A Damn Press! Collective.

Multimedia by Victoria Yin (61)

Joseph Olney Jr. Athletic Centre
A police car parked in front of a building
A man standing against the backdrop of Providence buildings