• lifestyle

    king house

    just so cozy

    April 4, 2019
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    This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Housing Guide

    This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Housing GuideKing House: Program Housing   At the intersection of Hope and Benevolent Street, King House is right opposite Orwig Music Library.   “The experience of living in a real house is just so cozy after dorm life.”   If you’re in King House, you’re […]

    barbour hall

    living the good life

    April 3, 2019
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    This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Housing Guide

    This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Housing Guide   Just off Charlesfield, Barbour is one of the more coveted housing destinations on campus. “The experience of living in Barbour is wonderful. Really good. Ineffable, even.” If you’re in Barbour, you’re living the good life.   Closest dining hall: Jo’s Distance from […]

    weathering providence

    a stormy relationship with pvd

    March 22, 2019
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    We’ve all had those days. You know the ones. The ones where you look outside your window, see piles of snow, proceed to wonder why Providence weather can’t get its sh!t together, think f@#! it, and ultimately go back to bed. Then there are the days that really make you question it all: You look […]

    your spring break as a spotify playlist

    tunes for every mood

    March 22, 2019
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    Well, folks, somehow the semester is already half over and spring break has sprung upon us! Of course, this gives me yet another opportunity to impose my music on you. Without further ado, here’s a somewhat angsty playlist of songs for every single moment of your break, with a few minor tweaks to the lyrics […]

    “dear blueno,” a dramatic reading

    not your average recitation

    March 22, 2019
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    When I walked into the PW Upspace last Saturday, I was looking for a good time. And sure enough, Emily Tunkel delivered. I came in with high expectations; I left with them exceeded. A crowd of around 30 people, all seated on wooden benches, seemed to agree, given the decibel level in the tiny room […]