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Eastside Marketplace too far? Your pantry emptying at an exponentially quick rate thanks to our friend Sandy? Don’t worry—our friends at dining services have notified us of a few on campus eatery re-openings for today:
Jo’s and the Gate will be opening for their normal hours tonight (6 p.m.–2 a.m,).
Poppy’s, located in the Nelson Fitness Center, will be open at 10 a.m.
The Campus Market will be open at 2 p.m. today.
We all know Sandy Cohen would approve that we’re back on our eating game—he’d hate for you to miss that bagel and schmear. That is if you think you can brave the
Now that classes are canceled again, we’re in it for the long haul, but rations might be running out and conditions are getting grimmer. The lights are flickering, heating might be going out, and oh god you haven’t had a Blue Room sandwich in over 24 hours. If Sandy (Cohen) turns out to be the 2012 Apocalypse (a bit too soon), and civilization needs to resort to desperate measures to stay alive, here’s a list of makeshift firewood for the new dark ages.
Not sure how you’d be reading this though… do iPhones still work at the end of the world?
ResLife is huddling together for warmth somewhere away from campus, so forget the $100 fine and light ‘em up!
Today’s Hurricane Day was a welcomed break from the tedium of midterms and, of course, an extension of the Halloweek festivities. We saw a little rain, lots of inside-out umbrellas near the infamous SciLi wind tunnel, and remnants of fall foliage strewn all over the streets. But Governor Chafee ’75 P’14 has warned that it’s going to get a lot worse: “The forecast is ominous.” The governor has spoken.
We have taken it upon ourselves to be your very own Al Roker. Here’s what is happening in our neck of the woods:
- As of 6:50 p.m., 100,000+ National Grid customers in Rhode Island were without power.
- Southern New England will see the most rain and wind from 7–9 p.m. tonight.
- A coastal flood warning is in effect until 1 p.m. tomorrow.
- A High Wind Warning is in effect until 6 a.m. Tuesday morning. Winds will remain around 35–45 mph but have the potential to reach 75 mph.
- In addition to Brown, URI and CCRI have cancelled classes for tomorrow. Margaret Klawunn, you might be our new hero. You are officially invited into the elite gang of school administrators we are obsessed with. We’re sure Dean Bova and K-Berg will be thrilled that you’re joining them. Who knows? Maybe next year you’ll make it onto our Halloween banner.
Four-day Halloweekend? Yes. The weather gods have spoken. There will be no classes on Tuesday, October 30. Thank you, Margaret Klawunn. HYFR!
This would’ve been helpful before trying to go to the library this morning. The BDH has been so kind as to provide us all with a list of what local businesses are open to customers despite Hurricane Sandy (Cohen). Among those that are riding it out are CVS, Loui’s, and East Side Pockets. The OMAC, Starbucks, and the Brown Bookstore, however, are all closed. If you’re looking for a rainy day activity, the Avon is still doing showings of Easy Money today.