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Why You Need To Go To The RISD Museum

Over the summer of 2014, the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) Museum underwent numerous renovations and reorganizations, in order to improve upon its unique collection of pieces from an inspiring breadth of artists and genres. The collections Providence residents have grown to love still remain—such as the galleries for...

Fall Weekend, New England Style

COLLEGE HILL ADVENTURES by ari snider and sarah van cleave Sarah and I agree that abandoned railroad bridges are about the coolest thing in the world. If you are like us, you should check out the Seekonk River Drawbridge. To get there from campus, follow Power Street down toward Gano...

The Light at the Bottom of the Hill

BY SARAH VAN CLEAVE As the sun was setting on a late September Saturday, my friend and I trekked down College Hill towards the Moshassuck River, and were greeted by throngs of people, aisles of tents, and the smell of kettle corn and grill smoke. We slowly pushed forward towards...

You’re Invited: Emma Watson Calls Us All to Fight for Gender Equality

BY SOLINA POWELL When you think of Hermione Granger, you may characterize her as headstrong, stubborn, bossy, or book-smart. Likewise, she is compassionate, clever, and fiercely intelligent. Too often have the qualities of confidence and leadership in women been negatively stereotyped and compared with being controlling or undesirable. On the...

Many Hands: Climate March 2014

Early Sunday morning, while most of campus slept off Saturday night’s revelries, a small group of students gathered in the predawn fog outside Faunce Arch. Most of them held homemade cardboard signs. Many clutched pillows. At 5:30am the students headed down the hill to the State House. As the sun...