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    Being disappointed with Barack Obama, Nice Slice, Ruth Simmons, Spandex, Macs

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    October 16, 2009
    article by Marshall Katheder

    Being disappointed with Barack Obama:Yes, that’s right. Or leftist. Whatever. The obscene fervor with which Brown students rallied around Obama made sense. He’s young-ish so he’s cool-ish. But, most importantly for the Brown student, he’s the alternative candidate (at least externally). He’s a departure from the norm because of his race and his age. Eventually […]

    High-waisted skirts, Gillette fusion power, shopping period, spicy with, syntax

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    October 16, 2009
    article by Alex Logan

    High-Waisted Skirts: No, no, no. NO. No. If we could rewrite Farenheit 451 and replace books with high-waisted everything, mom jeans, fixed-gear bikes and those stupid, shapeless, unflattering and clearly uncomfortable neo-Pilgrim post-pirate leather boot-shoes, and then make it reality, we would. Gillette Fusion Power: Like being at the helm of a nuclear submarine, shaving […]

    Blue Moon, BYOB, cockblocking, focaccia sandwiches

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    October 16, 2009
    article by Ted Lamm

    Blue Moon: Much like Entourage, Facebook, college sweatshirts, paying attention to other people when they talk, soda, The OC, bachelor’s degrees, 2% milk, basketball, pencils, jobs and general independence, this is high atop our list of things that we enjoyed immensely our senior year of high school, but after three years have lost a certain […]

    More Than Able

    exploring the lives of brown’s disabled students

    October 8, 2009
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    Sarah Everhart Skeels was 23 when her life changed forever. Training for a triathlon, Skeels was riding her bicycle when she was hit by a car at an intersection. The 16-year-old driver did not see her, turned left, and collided with Skeels. She has been using a wheelchair ever since. “Your life does change. New […]

    The (Sex)Lives of Others

    an intimate look at space, surprises, and the sexile

    September 30, 2009
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    Sex, perhaps especially in college, can become public in some unexpected ways. Case in point: my freshman year, Boy X and I were interrupted post-coitus by his roommate. Not that bad, right? Well, in tow were several other (very drunk) members of the athletic team both boys were on, and they proceeded to turn the […]