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Durk’s brings barbeque to Thayer Street

Nestled among Thayer Street’s many attractions sits the newly installed and already-popular Durk’s Bar-B-Q restaurant, which has remained jam-packed since its opening earlier this semester. Durk’s was brought to Thayer by Jake Rojas of student favorite Tallulah’s Taqueria, as well as Steve Durkee ...

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Science, art converge at RISD Nature Lab

Tucked away behind the Rhode Island School of Design Art Museum is another museum of sorts, less frequented by members of the Brown community than its conspicuous neighbor. Described by Operations and Engagement Coordinator Lucia Monge as “a place where art and science come together to explore the ...

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#brownconnect links summer experiences

The #brownconnect social media campaign started last year as a way to promote BrownConnect, a division of the University’s CareerLAB crafted by President Christina Paxson P’19 as part of an initiative to promote internship opportunities. “Our goal was to increase high-quality internship and research ...

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Seafood festival returns to India Point Park

On Saturday and Sunday, Providence residents and outsiders alike can stop by India Point Park to enjoy food, drinks and music at the Rhode Island Seafood Festival. Over 50 sponsors and vendors will gather this weekend for the event, now in its sixth year. The event was founded by current event operations ...

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BMP’s spring premiere showcases student films

Thayer’s iconic Avon Theater was packed Sunday night as filmmakers, friends and film-enthusiasts gathered for Brown Motion Pictures' spring premiere of four short student films that the organization produced over the spring semester. The event marked the third consecutive semester that BMP’s biannual ...

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DAP takes on Colosseum for final show as undergrad

Dolapo Akinkugbe ’16, whose musical career took off at Brown and has brought him as far as Abbey Road Studios, is ready to reflect on his undergraduate years as he looks toward the final performance of his collegiate days. Akinkugbe first started playing piano when he was four years old, inspired ...

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