• Elliana Reynolds

    the fight is far from over

    post-election action items

    November 12, 2020
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    Last Saturday, after many days of following the presidential race, it was finally announced that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be the next president and vice president of the United States. For many, this was a relief from what felt like four years of constant negative news. However, even with this supposedly better result, […]

    the joys of public transit

    a guide to RIPTA-friendly destinations

    October 22, 2020
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    the joys of public transit: a guide to RIPTA-friendly destinations   Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) buses are a common sight to any Brown student who has walked by the tunnel on Thayer. However, it seems that this is where familiarity with the buses stops for most students at Brown. I’ve spoken to countless […]

    one face, two face, three

    on the loneliness of remembering people

    October 15, 2020
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    I have always been good at putting faces and names together after meeting someone, even if it was only for a moment. Sometimes, I only have to see their face on Instagram for them to be forever etched into my brain—I have no clue how they sound, how they move, how they laugh: all I […]

    quiet period meals

    a tribute to the free food of quiet period

    October 1, 2020
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    Whether or not you were on a meal plan, the quiet period inevitably gave us all the opportunity to indulge in what we college students love the most: free food. While there definitely were some meals tastier than others, and some noticeable food changes from the first quiet period to the second, it is undeniable […]