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BUGS' 'Pirates' is a swashbuckling success

A Gilbert and Sullivan show, when done right, is pure fluff — a delightfully absurd piece of entertainment that invites the audience to laugh without asking them to think too hard. Brown University Gilbert and Sullivan's production of "The Pirates of Penzance," running in Alumnae Hall through Sunday, ...


The Setonian
Arts & Culture

New student installation shares thousand voices

Over 500 individuals' responses to the question "How are you?" coupled with dialogue and interviewers' explanations, radiate from speakers within wooden poles in the audio collage "A Thousand Voices."First formulated in September 2009, the idea for "A Thousand Voices" developed over several months with ...


The Setonian
Arts & Culture

Making the band, Brown edition

Musically-inclined students find diverse creative outlets around campus — alone, in a group, electronically, acoustically — creating a scene in which students can build off one another's talents.In fact, some musicians may be surprised by the number of student artists currently performing ...


The Setonian
Arts & Culture

SASA showcases culture through performance arts

The South Asian Students Association entranced the audience with performances of dance, music and comedy during their annual culture show, Nashaa, Friday in Salomon 101. A "year-long venture" of planning culminated that night to meet the vision of showcasing and spreading awareness of South Asian culture, ...


The Setonian
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Mapping the past at the JCB library

Inscribed on the John Carter Brown Library are the words "Speak to the past and it will answer," the message that inspired the exhibition "Map Talk: A Conversation with Maps." The exhibit, a collection of maps ranging from the year 1492 to the end of the American colonial period, is on display at the ...


The Setonian
Arts & Culture

Raffel '79 brings book to campus

Vanity Fair has called her book "as sharp and bright as stars." O, The Oprah Magazine says her stories "strikingly explore how small moments can influence personal and familial identity." And on April 14, she will be coming to Brown to read from her new book.


The Setonian
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Famous poet comes to Moses Brown School

Award-winning writer and educator Naomi Shihab Nye will present her poetry in the free and public event, "Everything Comes Next — Daily Rebirth Through Reading and Writing," hosted by Moses Brown School, in the school's Alumni Hall, March 11 at 7 p.m.






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