• Eashan Das

    escaping the brown bubble

    your guide to exploring providence

    September 27, 2019
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    If there’s anything I wish I’d done differently my first year, it would have been exploring more of Providence. It’s easy to get trapped in the Brown bubble and forget that an entire quirky city lies below the hill. Fortunately, my four semesters and two summers here have led me to discover Providence in a […]

    what the buds happened here?

    we’re going through changes…

    September 20, 2019
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    What the BUDS happened here? Like most people, I don’t do well with change. Part of the excitement of kicking off a new semester after a long summer (I spent all summer in Providence? I didn’t even notice!) is returning to the rituals of a “normal” school year. All anyone wants at the beginning of […]

    your guide to orientation week

    the lesser-known checklist

    September 13, 2019
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    You’ve made it! Welcome to your new home on the hill! Welcome to Brown! Welcome to Providence! Welcome to…Orientation Week.   Don’t know what to expect? Neither did we. But that’s why we compiled a checklist of things that we’re 99.99 percent sure will happen. During Orientation, you:    Will forget how to get to […]

    top ten places to spend the first week of spring

    other than spring weekend

    April 12, 2019
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    You’ve finally made it! It’s not snowing outside, you’re down to just five layers (as opposed to your usual 10), and you can feel the electrifying warmth you didn’t even think you could remember anymore. It’s truly gorgeous outside, and you want to soak it all in! As someone who comes from a place where […]

    minden hall

    the suite life

    April 12, 2019
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    This entry is part 3 of 6 in the series Housing Guide

    This entry is part 3 of 6 in the series Housing GuideLocated right off Hope and Waterman Street, Minden offers close proximity to almost everything, while being just far enough away from the chaos of Thayer Street. “Formerly a hotel, Minden Hall is a coveted pick for housing. What Minden lacks in renovations, it makes […]