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Arts & Culture

Man-made forest conveys fragility of environment

“How to Build a Forest,” an installation created by the Obie Award winning collaborative team PearlDamour, made its Providence debut in the Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts Wednesday and Thursday. Each day, the building team — a group of artists and volunteers — assembled ...

The Setonian

You’ve got mail: Students rediscover letter-writing

Though many students only venture to J. Walter Wilson to attend classes and collect Amazon textbook shipments, Brown Pen Pals is giving students a reason to check their mailboxes again. Meia Geddes ’14 and Nestor Noyola ’14 are bringing letter-writing back to life at Brown through the group, which ...

The Setonian

Students turn will to words during National Writing Month

Beatnik poets in the 1950s, "Doctor Who"-inspired time travel and journeys into forgotten memories - in these worlds some Brown students spent this past month as they wrote stories for National Novel Writing Month. Affectionately known as NaNoWriMo - pronounce it as you like - these students are trying ...

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