Woonsocket Middle School closed its doors 14 years ago. Today, in the largest abandoned school in New England, glass crunches underfoot, water damage warps the floors in the basement and the ceiling tiles flake with age.
Stella ChenSenior Staff Writer
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Jason Magnell and his daughter Eva lined up at 8:30 a.m. outside cookie vendor Feed the Cheeks’s brand new location at 190 Angell St. Saturday morning. By 9:45 a.m., light rain coming down, the line stretched toward Thayer Street, with patrons eagerly awaiting the 10 a.m. grand opening.
November marks Native American Heritage Month, which honors Native American communities, history and heritage. The Herald has compiled a list of events in the coming weeks that center Native American art, history, stories and more across the Ocean State.
The Brook Street dorms currently under construction will feature new communities focused on themes of sustainability, religious and spiritual life and civic engagement, according to a Wednesday email to students from Brenda Ice, senior associate dean and senior director of residential life.
“Taste of Thayer Street” returned for its second year Wednesday evening, featuring 17 restaurants and seven retail stores, including the Brown Bookstore.
After difficulties with the housing lottery this spring, the Office of Residential Life announced that it will be making changes around the timeline and communication of the selection process, according to an email sent to students Wednesday.