Alas, after 12 days of hype, artist profiles, wisdom and advice, the Spring Week festivities have finally drawn to a close. Beat the post-Spring Week blues by reliving this past week’s events: find/tag your friends in the two photo albums on our Facebook page that catalog all that went on in this these that felt like an alternate reality. We’ve taken it upon ourselves to relieve the burden of trying to remember every last second of your Spring Week experience… and to give you some inkling of what took place over the past couple of days. (You’re welcome.)
Posts by Emily Gilbert
Introducing Humans of the Brown University presented by BlogDailyHerald! Inspired by Humans of New York, Humans of Brown University will collect stories and quotes from your peers so you can get to learn more about the humans on our campus. We’ve gone out into the field and snapped some pictures of humans (i.e., your peers) at Brown University in their respective elements and on the move. Check BlogDH (and our Facebook page) every Tuesday for new humans and stories. (We’re sorry if you don’t find the label “humans” politically correct; if you’d prefer to be called a squirrel or an alien, please drop us a line and we’ll make the appropriate adjustments.) Enjoy!
“I love Sayles Hall, built in 1883. (I’m a tour guide.)”
“What are you studying?”
“When is it?”
“Tonight.” [Read more →]
Confused by the hordes of students crowding Wriston as you were leaving the Ratty today? Unsure as to why everyone you saw was smiling so much they were nearly in tears? Today the 2015 Class Board organized Super Heavy Petting on Wriston Quad, complete with bunnies, chicks, pigs, and a goat in a diaper. Check out the pictures of our furry friends below.
Scientists have discovered two more moons orbiting Pluto and now, because we live in an age where we can’t do anything without consulting the masses on the internet, you can vote to name them! As a physics nerd, I can assure you that this is a big fuckin’ deal. But seriously, when else will you have the chance to name something with a diameter that is about the length of Manhattan? You can vote on suggested names that come from Greek and Roman mythology, keeping in theme with Pluto’s other moons—Charon, Nix, and Hydra—or you can write in your own name. Our vote is for Bear Force One.
You know the drill by now. Check out our Facebook album here and tag your friends frolicking in the snow.
This is why we love Brown.
Did you have fun tailgating in support of Brown State on Saturday? We may have lost the football game, but we definitely had more fun than our foes from Cambridge, and we have the photos to prove it. Like our Facebook page, click through the photos, and tag your friends in this album from Homecoming. Enjoy!
Check out tomorrow’s BDH for more photos from today’s game.
Here are a few of our favorite shots from the night.
We know most of you didn’t go (or can’t recall anything from Saturday night), so you should check out some photos from this year’s Fall Concert featuring Area 6, Tokimonsta, and Titus Andronicus.