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SnoTea Caffe serves up frozen treats

SnoTea Caffe fosters a chic yet homey interior reminiscent of your favorite aunt’s living room. Lilac, deep purple and forest green mix along the walls, complementing the cushy black leather seats. Classic board games from Sorry to Mad Gab line one side of the cafe, and if only more students were ...

Arts & Culture

Off-beat ramen bar opens downtown

Barely larger than a dorm room, Ken’s Ramen disappears into Washington Street, hiding behind a blockade of excited college students and locals and a series of papered-up windows. The noodle bar is hosting a pre-soft opening Feb. 12 through March 1 with a limited menu and reduced hours. On a weekend, ...

University News

TWC forms committee to rewrite mission

With its 40th anniversary two years away, the Third World Center is doing some in-house cleaning, examining what changes it needs to make in order to be a useful resource in light of changing student needs and demographics. A strategic planning committee comprising students, faculty members and alums ...

Arts & Culture

Wood-fired pizza heats up Kennedy Plaza

When you walk into Figidini Wood Fire Eatery, the sleek metal tables contrast with the arboreal decorations, transporting you from snowy Providence streets to the warm Italian countryside. The domed wood-fired grill sits in plain view of the eating area, giving the restaurant an industrial cabin feel, ...

University News

Pipe bursts, causing flood in Grad Center

Following days of single-digit temperatures, a burst pipe flooded six Graduate Center C suites during winter break, said Richard Bova, senior associate dean of residential life and dining services. After a window was left open, Bova said, a radiator pipe in suite 620 froze and burst Jan. 6, flooding ...

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