This week’s artist of the week is filmmaker Pom Bunsermvicha ’16.
Originally from Thailand, Pom first discovered her love of film during her time at boarding school in California, where she wanted to document her life in the United States with video.
If you never quite filled the void in your heart and stomach left by beloved Spats (RIP), you’re not alone.
4/20 falls during ADOCH this year. Or, rather, ADOCH falls during 4/20, quite possibly the most important holiday for Brown students and those who enjoy a little “reefer madness” here and there.
Of course, with ADOCH come pre-frosh, as well as the parents of said pre-frosh. The race is on to see which host gets asked for weed first. Brownie points to the set of parents that ask to join the rotation on the Main Green. Double brownie points if they are with their kids.
Spring Weekend is right around the corner, and I’m pretty sure most of y’all joined me in heaving a collective sigh of relief when word came that it won’t be indoors.
OK, maybe not all of that happened (or maybe it did; I respect your energy), but you were still pumped. What better way to celebrate than to listen to a Spring Weekend-themed playlist? Would recommend for a pre-party, to learn some lyrics, and maybe to nostalgically jam to when the weekend’s over.
Follow us on Twitter for live updates on the performances, and have a great weekend!
I’ve only met one person who doesn’t like chocolate, so I’m assuming that the information I’m about to give is crucial to most. The best chocolate cake in Rhode Island is in your midst, as Gregg’s Restaurant has several locations (Providence, Warwick, East Providence, and North Kingstown). Go to one.
Gregg’s Restaurant is your classic family diner, featuring home-style meals and friendly servers. What makes Gregg’s different from the rest is their chocolate cake, aptly named “Death by Chocolate Cake,” which made me realize that this is how I’d like to die.
Grandma and her chocolate cake not pictured