• Elliana Reynolds

    springtime@brown

    what to do based on your zodiac sign

    April 1, 2021
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    It’s a warm, sunny spring day in Providence, and you want to really take full advantage of it, knowing that the warmth might turn into dreary rain or 30-degree weather by tomorrow. However, you don’t know what to do. Maybe you’ve been here before, but your favorite springtime activity of studying on the 3rd floor […]

    nighttime in Providence

    springtime walking destinations

    March 18, 2021
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    Warmer weather has begun its initial descent upon Providence, and that means it’s time to start taking night walks (with friends, to be safe). Of course, some of y’all might have already found the joy of walking during the winter in order to cool down from studying too much—or stressing from not studying enough—but walks […]

    what your favorite white shoes say about you

    a life analysis

    March 4, 2021
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    Almost everyone has them: a pair of trusty white shoes. Some of us have only one pair, some of us have multiple pairs, and sadly, some of us do not have any. In general, most students have that one pair of white shoes that they can always rely on for metaphorical rainy days (maybe not […]

    providence coffee

    where to go when you need some joe

    February 18, 2021
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    Even with COVID-19 still in full swing, classes continue relentlessly, piling on what seems like more work than ever in such a short time span. What’s worse is that the first harrowing round of midterms is already here. Last year, I dropped a history class right before the first midterm because I was not prepared […]

    my dad loves to ride his bike

    the intersection of guilt and love

    February 12, 2021
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    CONTENT WARNING: Violence, car accidents, near-death experience I took a nap that day. It was warm. The very last day of April. I had begun a relationship earlier, around 2 a.m. I was happy. Euphoric even. But that unadulterated euphoria was nipped right in the bud as darkness descended on my house. My mom was […]