• Corinne Sejourne

    paris in providence

    a q&a with french film festival director richard blakely

    February 25, 2016
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    Corinne: For people who don’t know the French Film Festival, could you give a brief overview from your perspective? Richard Blakely: It was started 21 years ago. This is its 21st anniversary, so it can drink now (laughs). This year I think it’s a good strong program because the films—if you noticed—all except one, are […]

    a full-time job

    q&a with musicians clyde and gracie lawrence

    October 8, 2015
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    Recent graduate Clyde Lawrence ‘15 and his younger sister Gracie—a to-be Brown student taking a gap year—are known faces, and voices, to many around campus.  Amidst a whirlwind of road trips, rehearsals, meetings, and recording sessions, the two took a couple of minutes to sit down with Post- to talk about Brown, their band, Lawrence, […]

    moments like these

    the shifting of seasons

    April 2, 2015
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    For me, the shifting of seasons is always nostalgic. Four times each year, natural transformations—in the crispness of the air, the first appearance of buds on branches, the falling leaves, the way the sunlight hangs in the air—arrive and pass. I recognize that these shifts don’t happen everywhere. But in most places where the seasons […]

    off the hill

    the cozy cafe choklad

    March 19, 2015
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    The first time I walked into that café in the middle of the hot Providence summer, I knew I’d found an oasis. The 90-degree weather and two hours spent walking around the city to hang research flyers might have contributed to this perception. Nonetheless, being familiar with some of the other restaurants nearby—the delicious Harry’s […]

    Un Mardi

    A Tuesday

    November 3, 2014
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    It took me all of my first month in Paris to finalize my schedule—or “emploi de temps”—for the semester. It was definitely a process. It could maybe be divided into stages, but the stages would be blurred, each running indefinitely into the next. There was the initial dream-esque adjustment period, defined by excitement and a […]