Though it’s relatively new to Brown’s arts scene, the Black Music Lab — an in-development hub that works to amplify both artists on campus and beyond — has already managed to establish its presence on College Hill.
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Student group publishes semesterly issue, aims to expand campus film scene
Film offers insightful look into the power of music, mother-son relationships
The Brown Arts Institute continued work on the new Lindemann Performing Arts Center over the summer.
This year’s Spring Weekend will be a one-day festival as a result of rising production costs and University-wide student group budget cuts, according to a Wednesday announcement from Brown Concert Agency. In keeping with recent Spring Weekends, entry to the festival will remain free for all undergraduate ...
The film manages to travel so far past the line of cheesiness permitted in rom-coms that it leaves any semblance of reality far in the distance.
“The Beanie Bubble” is a lightly fictionalized account of the rise and fall of Beanie Baby stuffed animals
“I’m honored that my music has connected with students and young minds,” Doechii wrote in a message to The Herald before her performance.
The first public performance in the Lindemann is scheduled to take place on October 21.
Pascale Carvalho '26 explores various music genres at Brown, including classical and indie.