Rare and restored films were showcased at the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts last weekend.
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The short film focuses on a caretaker couple’s bond with two orphaned elephants.
The hyperpop duo showed off their musical range with unfiltered vocals and raw instrumentals alongside their signature “nightcore” sound.
The student-designed collections explored themes of nature, girlhood and the future.
“Outer Banks” Season 3 found to be tiring and unoriginal.
Musician and producer Jack Riley ’23 shares his talent with artists both on and off campus.
Despite Everything Everywhere All At Once’s success, the Oscars still fell flat.
The show has captured Netflix India’s Number 1 series spot for over a month.
Each nominee brings something new to the world of animation.
Editor of Vogue Business Americas Hilary Milnes discusses retail journalism, kicking off Fashion@Brown’s Fashion Week Speaker Series.
‘Diving into their own worlds’: Visual art department showcases unique variety of senior thesis exhibitionsBy Campbell Loi | March 13
Seniors concentrating in Visual Art have begun showcasing their thesis projects.
SASA’s annual culture show features a diverse range of student performances.
The exhibition, on display at David Winton Bell Gallery, was funded by Brown Arts Institute.
‘Top Gun: Maverick’ is nostalgic and action-packed, but probably won’t win Best Picture.
“Tár,” nominated for six Oscars at this year’s Academy Awards, is, on paper, not the easiest film to like. Its titular character is far from a likable protagonist, and the arc of the film basks in her detestability. Yet despite all of this, “Tár” is a movie that deserves all of the praise ...
Simon-Seay discussed pursuing music professionally, collaborating with student artists and music at Brown.
“Earth Born” featured new work by Karen Fan and Caroline Zhang ’24.5 at New York Gallery Gern en Regalia.
Beabadoobee’s new viral single “Glue Song” shares a love confession that feels unfiltered and without embellishment.
“Aurora,” the album produced for the show, is filled with catchy but unremarkable songs that deviate too much from the book’s original material.