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Marcus MFA’91 reads from latest work

Novelist Ben Marcus MFA’91 explored themes of health, vulnerability and technology’s dark side while reading his work “The Grow-Light Blues” for an intimate and enthusiastic audience in the McCormack Family Theater Wednesday. The story follows a man who works at a technology research and development ...

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A more physical ‘Midsummer Night’

From March 3 to 13, Sock and Buskin will present Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in the Stuart Theatre. The immersive production features steampunk costuming and on-stage audience seating, where the audience quickly becomes part of the set. Sock and Buskin chose to perform “A Midsummer ...

The Setonian
Arts & Culture

Shakespeare on the Green reinvents Bard’s play

“Music of the Night,” Shakespeare on the Green’s winter show, is running  Friday through Sunday. The play combines Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” with “Phantom of the Opera,” but this show is unique. There is minimal talking and singing; instead, the story is expressed predominantly ...

Arts & Culture

Faculty showcase art without boundaries

Interactive projections, movable paintings and a musical statue, alongside more traditional paintings and sculptures, have transformed the David Winton Bell Gallery for the 2015 Faculty Exhibition. The display, which features artists across various disciplines and highlights interaction among different ...


At R.I. Comic Con, fans strengthen community

Assorted costumed characters — including Mario, Loki and a ukulele-playing Marshall Lee — migrated to downtown Providence last weekend, claiming the Rhode Island Convention Center and the Dunkin’ Donuts Center as their own. Attendees lined up for photographs on the Iron Throne and autographs from ...

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Fall Fest draws crowds with music, desserts

Special Events Committee’s annual Fall Fest returned to Ruth Simmons Quadrangle Thursday night, providing students with a much-needed break from midterm studying. A line of students snaked out Soldier’s Arch and extended up Thayer Street, filling the chilly October night with excited chatter as ...


Meal plan offerings dish out varied per-meal values

Students have just one week left to decide on a meal plan before the Sept. 30 deadline for changing or canceling a meal plan. The eight primary meal plans — three “flex” varieties, four fixed meal varieties and an off-campus plan ­— are priced differently and offer dramatically different values. The ...

The Setonian
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Brown Language Festival gets students talking

Tables offering brochures and snacks to passersby lined one of the Main Green’s paths Wednesday afternoon, and students clumped around them between shopping classes to chat with attendants, marking the first annual Brown Language Festival. Language and cultural groups, such as the Vietnamese Students ...

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