• Eashan Das

    campus hotspots

    places that will keep you warm this winter

    November 7, 2019
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    ‘Tis the season, folks! Okay, okay don’t yell at me for bringing up Christmas too early (is it really ever too early, though?) As you’ve probably noticed, it’s starting to get cold enough that you finally had to pull out your box of winter coats. You might have found yourself in dire need of some […]

    midterms playlist

    here to save the day

    October 11, 2019
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    I don’t know how this happened, but when I checked my phone, I realized it was October. I swear I just got here yesterday and was just getting into the groove of things…but we’re a third done with the semester already. Of course, other than the fact that it’s finally acceptable to start having pumpkin […]

    caswell

    look who’s popular

    October 8, 2019
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    This entry is part 4 of 9 in the series Housing Guide

    This entry is part 4 of 9 in the series Housing GuideTucked between Ruth Simmons Quad and Thayer Street, Caswell Hall is indisputably one of the best locations on campus. Mere minutes from the Ratty, the Main Green, and the SciLi, you won’t ever need to worry about being late to your classes. The rooms […]

    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 […]