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Jazz legend to perform Saturday

At 91 years old, pianist Randy Weston remains a dynamic and distinguished figure in the world of jazz music. Weston will visit the University this Saturday for a concert with the World Music Ensemble. Weston will be joined by Kwaku Obeng, teaching associate in music and the director of the World Music ...

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Pop-folk duo ‘The Weepies’ perform at Granoff Center

Two guitars, one piano, one couple: The Weepies, an indie pop-folk duo starring Deb Talan ’90 and Steve Tannen, performed at the Martinos Auditorium at Granoff Center for the Creative Arts last Friday. They played stripped-down acoustic versions of their songs — the group’s setlist included oldies ...

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Activist Body Symposium moves U. community

The Atlantic Ocean was draped in sparkling teal scales and bright blue slippers. “Introducing, the Atlantic!” was the only forewarning the audience received before the clown performer entered the room, squeaking and gasping to symbolize the ocean’s impending death. This was one of many performances ...

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CineBrasil explores culture through film

Film festival CineBrasil’s fourth annual edition showcased five recently produced Brazilian films that dealt with a wide range of subjects. The festival, which ran from Sept. 22 to Sept. 24., has been hosted by the Portuguese and Brazilian Studies Department and the Watson Institute of International ...

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New York Fashion Week features Brown, RISD models

Last Wednesday, several Brown and Rhode Island School of Design students travelled to New York to walk the runways at New York Fashion Week, modeling designs by 13 RISD graduates from the class of 2017, who had presented these designs as their culminating thesis projects in May. The 13 graduates were ...

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‘Stranger Than Paradise’ explores art through history

Upon initial regard, the contemporary art exhibition, “Stranger than Paradise,” appears as a baffling mixture of contemporary and ancient art. With works from the Rhode Island School of Design alums, professors and more, this collection of 14 items from the RISD Museum’s permanent holdings opened ...


Bootstrap launches data science course

As the world becomes increasingly data-oriented, one faculty-developed program aims to provide high school students with tools to understand and analyze the role of data. Bootstrap, a K-12 computer science curriculum, has recently launched a data science program, adding a fifth course to Bootstrap’s ...

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