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Report shows 2013 rise in campus crime stats

The number of burglaries reported to the Department of Public Safety in 2013 nearly tripled from 2012, and the number of forcible sex offenses reported saw a slight rise, according to DPS’s annual security report, released Tuesday night. There were 63 reported burglaries in 2013, up from 23 in 2012 ...

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Prof. emeritus Anthony Davids ’49 dies

Anthony Davids ’49, professor emeritus of psychology, died Tuesday morning, according to an email sent out to the Department of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences listserv by department chair William Heindel. Davids first came to Brown as an undergraduate in the fall of 1946, according ...


Hipster haven Flatbread Company falls flat

It’s easy to miss Flatbread Company — tucked away at the butt end of a large parking lot behind CVS — but the space is surprisingly roomy. The decor can best be described as a rustic, vegan-friendly ski lodge, with large windows overlooking the monochromatic landscape of the parking lot. It’s ...


MCM at Brown: decoding an abstract concentration

Welcome to Alaska: March 1 to 7, 2006. Shadowy conifers mottle the snow-powdered meadows. The graceful crags of white-capped mountains behind the village inject the quintessential, everyday majesty one expects of this northern state. But save for a single plume of smoke billowing from a mustard-tinged ...

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Poll: Fifth of students don’t masturbate

Evelyn Sanchez ’14 was not always sure whether her friends visited her room to see her — or her vibrator. A member of the Sexual Health Awareness Group at Brown, Sanchez won the group’s title of “Sexpert of the Month” earlier this year for excellence in responding to anonymous student texts ...

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Campus reacts to coal decision

The University will not divest its endowment from coal companies, President Christina Paxson wrote in a community-wide email Sunday. The Corporation found “the existence of social harm is a necessary but not sufficient rationale for Brown to divest,” Paxson wrote. “At the end of the meeting, ...

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Arts & Culture

Abyssinia provides hands-on dining experience

Take a moment to recall finger-painting in preschool. The paint streaks on T-shirts, foreheads and friends — remember the chaos, the joy of working with bare hands. Fast forward to now, when these simpler times seem all but gone. Luckily, a portal to this past exists. It is called finger-eating, ...

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‘The Winter’s Tale’ meets chilly reception

Amorphous shadows waltz upon the gossamer backdrop, billowing ever so slightly in the secluded courtyard. The occasional autumnal leaf flutters down to rest upon the stage, where the doomed Antigonus stands alone. One shadow grows larger, then larger, then — suddenly — could it be? A bear erupts ...

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Engaged and underaged: Brown students find love early

Time passes in full moons for Dylan Felt ’16 when he is away from his fiancee. There was a full moon on their first camping trip together, and it was a blue moon when he proposed. So when his fiancee Danie left for Chile and Argentina for seven months, the two opted to mark the time by friendlier ...

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