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Fashionistas' magazine unravels style

Before attending the Hermes lecture in the Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts last Monday, a large crowd of fashionistas and designer connoisseurs met in Wilson Hall to create Brown's first fashion publication ­— "Unhemmed."

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5 years after O'Reilly, a tamer SPG

Sex Power God never fails to turn Brown on. With provocative garments — anything from burlesque to fetish garments to classic boxer briefs — students proved that this year was not any different. Since Bill O'Reilly attacked the party five years ago on his Fox News program, Queer Alliance has strived ...

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Alums, undergrads advise college-bound R.I. students

For many high school students in Rhode Island, going to college seems like a long-lost dream, an unfeasible future. But the National College Advising Corps at Brown aims to make this "mission impossible" possible with the work of undergraduates and recent graduates who serve as college guides in local ...

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Arts & Culture

Folk festival aims to recreate the magic

The sounds of acoustic guitars, harmonicas and soft melodies will fill the air by Lincoln Field on Saturday. Featuring 16 performers, including both bands and solo artists, the second annual Brown Folk Festival is bound to be a day of good music on College Hill.

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Dorms vie to save the most energy

Brown's EcoReps has dared students in Poland House, Machado House, Slater Hall and Hope College to turn off the lights. In an effort to save energy, the student group launched an inter-dorm competition on April 11 to see which dorm will be able to consume the least energy over a three-week period.  ...

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For those in laptop-free classes, back to pen and paper

Last year, the students who took POLS 0400: "Introduction to International Politics" with Associate Professor of International Relations Nina Tannenwald had to leave their laptops at home. If they wanted to take notes, they had to do it the old-fashioned way, with pens and paper. 

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Walking barefoot to support a global cause

Before walking into a restaurant Thursday night, Sarah Grimm '12 put her shoes back on after spending 12 hours barefoot. Like thousands of people across the country, Grimm joined Toms Shoes' invitation to walk barefoot in an effort to show the world the inescapable reality that more than 300 million ...

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Spring Weekend acts may have to 'turn it down'

Last year, Nas' Spring Weekend performance went on past 11 p.m., irritating some neighbors who weren't able to sleep that Friday night.  As a result, the Brown Concert Agency is taking extra care to inform the community about the potential for noise at this year's shows, which will take place April ...

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