• Colleen Cronin

    stone walls and complicated spaces

    a history of the dexter asylum

    October 25, 2019
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    When thinking of scary spots on Brown’s campus, the Nelson Fitness Center and its surrounding sports complex probably aren’t the first places that come to mind. Sure, the Nelson’s barre and spin classes can be harrowing, and most would agree the disappearing weights are particularly spooky, but at least there is a sound explanation for […]

    football and feelings abroad

    voices of brown from granada

    September 27, 2019
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    While I sit more than 3,000 miles away from Brown’s football stadium, in Granada, Spain (where “football” means something very different than it does across the pond), I’m surprised to say I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about the very American game.  It’s strange, but I think I really miss football, especially as the […]

    providence steamrollers

    family history and football

    February 15, 2019
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    A week before the Super Bowl, my dad called me and said he had a great story for me to write. My dad often pitches me story ideas, but this one was a little more personal than usual. My dad thought, after talking to his dad, that I should write about my great-grandfather and his […]