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Andrea’s reopens after seven month closure

Andrea’s Restaurant, which serves Greek cuisine and has been on Thayer Street for 55 years now, was forced to close its doors seven months ago after a sprinkler malfunction caused water damage. It made its long-anticipated return with a soft opening Nov. 9.


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Students navigate campus parking, ticketing policies

Despite living off campus since this past summer, Ray Huang ’23 has not had access to an overnight parking space for his car, instead leaving it parked on near-empty side streets around campus. This is by no means a perfect solution for his parking concerns, and this past summer he faced frequent ...


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Updated Slavery & Justice Report Released

The University released the second edition of its 2006 “Report of the Brown University Steering Committee on Slavery and Justice” Friday, according to a University news release. The second edition expands on the original report with a foreword by President Christina Paxson P’19, an interview ...


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Brown Outing Club resumes in-person operations

The Brown Outing Club traveled to New Hampshire for a hike at Mt. Monadnock on Saturday, marking the end of its forced hiatus on in-person trips since the beginning of the pandemic. The hike that BOC presidents Anna Swanson ’22 and Cal Stellato ’23 led was held annually or semi-annually prior ...


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Brown’s pandemic timeline

The University administered half a million tests over the 446 days the COVID testing program has been running. Routine asymptomatic testing for students, faculty and staff became a staple of life at college during a pandemic over the past 14 months. For many students, it was one of few opportunities ...


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U. hosts U.S. Sen. Jack Reed for Veterans Day ceremony

On Thursday, members of the Brown community gathered outside of Soldiers Memorial Gate to celebrate Veterans Day. As Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI District 2) and members of the University’s veteran community spoke, attendees enjoyed moments of sunshine while falling leaves were swept into the wind, ushering ...






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