A group of faculty members in the literary arts department discussed how poetry can be a means of processing oppression and struggle while also expressing racial identity and optimism at a “Race & Poetry” webinar held Tuesday.
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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.
The Graduate Center Bar will reopen Friday, Nov. 12 for the first time since the pandemic began, according to owner Susan Yund.
The class of 2024 has been on campus since January with brief breaks between semesters, causing many sophomores to feel the strain of burnout after an isolated and socially-distanced start to their college careers. In an effort to reduce density on campus because of COVID-19, the University ...
The inaugural “Taste of Thayer Street,” a promotional event sponsored by the Thayer Street District Management Authority that invited participants to sample from a variety of restaurants, garnered over 200 attendees Wednesday evening, offering new storefronts and Thayer mainstays a chance to ...
Construction on the South Water Street bike lane recently concluded, ending a saga of tensions and legal back-and-forth between the City of Providence, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation and local groups and businesses, including the University.
Asking students on campus what nickname they prefer for the building on Vartan Gregorian Quadrangle will yield two answers. Some — the youngsters — call it “Greg.” Their older counterparts, on the other hand, say “New Dorm.” And there’s no love lost between these two camps. “It’s ...
Demolition for the Brook Street dormitories will begin on or about Oct. 18, according to University officials who spoke at a virtual info session about the residential halls Wednesday afternoon.