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Student initiatives expand food appreciation

As the semester comes to a close, students with culinary interests are beginning to cook up plans for next semester. Two new initiatives, the student organization Brownie Bites and the startup business Kat + Ella, launched their first events as a preview of the baked treats students can expect in the ...

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Groups take creative approach to exploring health

GlobeMed at Brown — the University’s chapter of the national organization that aims to alleviate global health disparities — hosted “Intersection of Art, Health and Social Justice” at the Ashamu Dance studio Tuesday. Using performance and creative arts to promote health equity and social justice, ...

Arts & Culture

Sweet deal at Ratty delights students

In collaboration with the Department of Italian Studies and Brown’s second annual Il Cinema Ritrovato on Tour film festival, Brown Dining Services hosted a demonstration of gelato preparation — including a tasting of each flavor — in the Sharpe Refectory Bakeshop Monday and Tuesday afternoons. Owners ...

Arts & Culture

Students chime in on music-themed GISPs

Students who pursue their passions for music — whether through producing, appreciating or reading about it — have adapted their melodic interests to the classroom setting this year. Three Group Independent Study Projects, one last fall and two this spring, are linked through this common theme. Criticism, ...

Arts & Culture

VSA show aims to increase visibility of Vietnam’s culture

Past, present and future of Vietnam’s rich traditions will collide at the Brown Vietnamese Student Association’s cultural show, “Timeless,” Friday evening. An array of artists will draw on both fashion and dance to celebrate the country’s history and culture. As VSA celebrates its 25th anniversary, ...


‘Quitters Never Win’ confronts estrangement, personal loss

“Quitters Never Win” tells the all-too-familiar story of an awkward reunion post-first-year in college. The one-act play — directed by Spencer Roth-Rose ’17, written by Brad Weekes '17 and produced by the Production Workshop — places the audience in the middle of a catch-up session between ...

University News

Almandrez urges dialogue on social justice

Mary Grace Almandrez, director of the Brown Center for Students of Color and assistant dean of the College, has engaged with multicultural affairs and issues of social justice since her days as an undergraduate. Since then, she has dedicated many years to overseeing issues surrounding life and culture ...

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Radical Artists creates space for art as therapy

Making art with eyes closed may sound like a daunting task ­— but for some, it could be the perfect approach to accessing creativity and expression. Founded by Social Innovation Fellow Queen Nefertiti Shabazz ’17, the student group Radical Artists aims to provide workshops that use art as a tool ...

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