And so begins the Housing Lottery Part Two! If Night One didn’t satisfy your thirst for insanity, Night Two is sure to fill you up. Happening in Sayles Hall, liveblogging begins now!
We’re coming at you LIVE from the UCS/UFB candidate debate in Metcalf Chem Auditorium. The debate, hosted and moderated by the Herald and Elections Board, represents a key opportunity for the candidates to convey their positions before the election, which starts April 17. The candidates participating in the debate are:
Robert Bentylewski ’13
David Rattner ’13
Anthony White ’13
Michael Schneider ’13
Brandon Tomasso ’13
Have an opinion? Chime in below!
To the new director of e-commerce: may you fare better than your predecessor. Like the BSA Marketplace, justice is cruel mistress.
The Brown Band swung by Meeting Street today to play for the eager customers in line for a free scoop of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream.
As part of the Pickles’ contract, Hillel has agreed to provide a community playpen for all to enjoy, along with a kosher dinner and matzah.
Rumors are swirling about the Pickles’ propensity to break out into Passover-themed song. There is also speculation that the family will attend Hillel’s Musical Seder. Sources close to the Pickles have confirmed that, during their visit, they will hold a dramatic reading of Let My Babies Go! A Passover Story.
See tomorrow’s Herald for full coverage.
As the semester progresses at the speed of light, the senior class is beginning to make peace with that fateful day in May: Commencement. Until the class of 2012 up and leaves us, BlogDH wants to highlight all the interesting things the class has been up to. To this end, we are (re)starting a series, Last Call, featuring seniors reflecting on their experiences at Brown. Each featured senior will tag another senior for the next installment. Find this year’s other “Last Call” chain here.
People might know me as…a Jabberwock? Maybe an actor in some productions on campus? But that might just be how I’m known to people that know me…
Bridget’s question: What are you most passionate about? Teaching and acting.
What plays have you been in? I did a play called “Gross Indecency” that was on the main stage last semester, and I did a piece called “Standing On Ceremony,” which is a series of readings about gay marriage. That was done in conjunction with Trinity Rep.
BDH: So are you majoring in theater, then?
BC: No, I’m majoring in Economics.
On a Friday night you might find yourself…Now, probably the GCB. Back before I was 21… I don’t know. It depends on how busy I was. My friends and I were part of the Wayland crew — we all lived in Wayland and stuck together. Maybe play some drinking games… I’m not sure what you’re allowed to publish? [Edit: “Basically anything.”] Me and my group of friends, [we] play a lot of word games and board games…We started with Apples to Apples, but we outgrew that pretty fast. We play games but then try to improve them — like we invented our own version of Apples to Apples.