Halfway through its final season, “Succession” continues to marvel viewers.
Arts & Culture
Pascale Carvalho '26 explores various music genres at Brown, including classical and indie.
The Supreme Court of India is currently making a decision on whether or not to ensure legal recognition and protection for same-sex marriage in the country. While the world awaits the decision, it is an apt time to take a look at the representation of same-sex couples in Hindi cinema.
The song is an artful musical allusion to Hans Christian Andersen’s morbid fairytale “The Little Mermaid.”
Electric Hour creates a space for students songwriters and artists from Brown to share their love for music and performing with the Providence community.
Ling Ling Huang highlights the absurdity of beauty practices in her debut novel.
In Netflix’s new Spanish romantic comedy “Love at First Kiss,” which arrived on the streaming service early last month, young book publisher Javier (Álvaro Cervantes) struggles with having far too much foresight in all of his romantic relationships.
Ensemble’s performance resonates with performers and audience members with personal messages about love and fear.
Edie B. Fine '25 co-directs the Poler Bears and leads Burlesque at Brown Et Cetera.
desi-gned, New England’s first publication for the South Asian diaspora, has just been released.
“Murder Mystery 2” is imperfect but fun for audiences.
Ellen Mirojnick, Denise Wingate talk storytelling through costume design in ‘Bridgerton,’ ‘Daisy Jones and the Six’By Daphne Dluzniewski | April 12
Costume designers Ellen Mirojnick and Denise Wingate discussed their work at the Ivy Film Festival.
“Saint Omer” follows the complex trial of a mother accused of murdering her young daughter.
On Friday night, a cheering crowd filled Salomon DECI to watch DAEBAK’s spring show.
With a passion for bringing older stories to the stage, Emily Mayo ’24 details her experiences at Brown and future projects she hopes to bring to life.
Annual French and Francophone film festival returns to Providence after two-year hiatus.
On April 5, Mario unlocked yet another achievement on his ever-expanding list — starring in a perfectly mediocre animated film.