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El Rancho Grande: Mexican flavor far from border

In a New York Times story earlier this month, food critic Pete Wells noted what should be considered a universal truth — tacos, and Mexican cuisine in general, are better enjoyed not in an upscale restaurant but at a hole-in-the wall joint run by a no-frills kitchen. Mexican food has long been a ...

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Ebisu surprises with experimental options

With California rolls now offered at the Gate and a noodle bar featured at the Sharpe Refectory, Japanese cuisine has arrived on campus with less-than-fresh fish and dry rice. But for an experience beyond the sashimi platter and miso soup offered at Thayer Street joints, venture to Ebisu, a Japanese ...

The Setonian
University News

Poll: Single students have sex, seek relationships

If Brown were to have a relationship status on Facebook, it would be "single" with no hookups or partners to complicate the situation. Despite stereotypes that describe Brown's population as sexually experimental, about 48 percent of students reported in an October poll conducted by The Herald that ...

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PW production explores Romney as robot

Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's background has been scrutinized, investigated and discussed on morning talk shows, in newspapers and at campaign events almost ceaselessly since he won the nomination. But "Romney is a Robot," a musical performed at the Production Workshop Upspace last night, tells ...

The Setonian
Arts & Culture

'Mean Boys' breaks mold of high school 'Plastics'

"So if you're from Africa, why are you white?" a solemn Nate Huether '15 asked Michael Goodman '13 this past weekend during the Production Workshop's unique script reading of Mean Boys, a spin-off of the popular movie "Mean Girls." The cast read the entire film script with one key difference ­- the ...

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University News

2012 caps decade of international enrollment growth

The class of 2016 includes 221 international students from 57 countries. Though this distribution does not mark any dramatic shift from last year, the gradual shift in international student demographics over the past decade has been drastic - 10 years ago, the freshman class only included 127 international ...

The Setonian
Arts & Culture

'Ordet' highlights duality of religion

The plot of "Ordet," Production Workshop's newest show, revolves around a modest family in rural Denmark whose ordinary life becomes completely unordinary when one of the family members believes Jesus Christ possesses him. This production of the play, which was written in the 1920s by Danish playwright ...

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