Post- Editors’ Top 10: Ways we wish the BCA had announced the Spring Weekend lineup

  1. Tableslips.
  2. Elephants.
  3. Rename the Blue Room muffins.
  4. Another, smaller concert.
  5. “_____ is racist.”
  6. CRIME ALERT: CONCERT LINEUP.
  7. State of Brown address.
  8. Morning Mail! … oh, awkward.
  9. Skywriting.
  10. Gail.

Check out this week’s Post- for drunken grocery shopping; mad, mad men; and an exclusive interview with Thought Catalog writer and aggressive tweeter Ryan O’Connell.

Post- magazine comes out on Thursdays inside the BDH. Copies are also available in the Ratty, Faunce, J Walter Wilson, and other locations throughout the week.


Post- Editors’ Top 10: Things Christina Paxson was hiding under her scarf

1.     Prison tat.
2.     An eating club.
3.     Katherine Bergeron.
4.     Ratty cup.
5.     Secret Crystal of the Tall People.
6.     Another, smaller scarf.
7.     F*cking cocaine.
8.     Spring Weekend lineup.
9.     A bust … of Woodrow Wilson.
10.  Stilts.

Check out this week’s Post- for bad puns, the virtues of Go, post-show depression, some thoughts on Spotify, and more information than you’d ever need about the Pussyphone.

Post- magazine comes out on Thursdays inside the BDH. Additional copies are available in the Ratty, Faunce, J Walter Wilson, and other locations throughout the week.


Post- Editors’ Top 10: Things we don’t like about Providence

TOP 10 Things We Don’t Like About Providence

  1. Rain.
  2. Tedeschi.
  3. Parking.
  4. Masturbators in Julia and Kristina’s backyard.
  5. Not Boston, New York, Paris, Florence, et. al.
  6. Daily armed robberies.
  7. F*cking cocaine.
  8. No booze between 2 and 6 a.m.
  9. F*cking cyclers.
  10. No mo’ FishCo.

Despite the theme of this week’s Top 10, Post- actually likes Providence—so much that we’ve devoted an entire issue to it. Check out our “Best of Providence” issue for our local favorites: bars, coffee shops, bands, museums, desserts, BYOB restaurants, liquor stores, and much more. And if you’re really looking for the local experience, check out our top five Providence places to get down on the back page.

Post- magazine comes out on Thursdays inside the BDH. Additional copies are available in the Ratty, Faunce, J Walter Wilson, and other locations throughout the week.


Post- Editors’ Top 10: Reasons we didn’t let you into our club


Top 10 Reasons We Didn’t Let You Into Our Club:

  1. Don’t have a vagina.
  2. “She’s really intense.”
  3. You’re so vain.
  4. U.G.L.Y. You ain’t got no alibi.
  5. Wears sneakers with khakis.
  6. Nobody likes MCM kids.
  7. You f*cking love cocaine.
  8. Ginger.
  9. WHISCO. ‘Nuff said.
  10. Saw you on BrownBares. Nice pearls.
Check out the second issue of Post-, available today. Writers discuss BrownBares, Jeff Mangum’s magnum, and wasabi-flavored macarons. Post- is published on Thursdays inside the BDH.

Post- Editors’ Top 10: Reasons You Dropped a Class During Shopping Period

  1. Professor’s name wasn’t first Google result.
  2. 11 A.M. is too early.
  3. Section actually meets.
  4. Realized it was FemSex.
  5. Meets three days a week.
  6. Already slept with the professor.
  7. There were freshmen in my FYS.
  8. Not as many attractive gays as expected.
  9. Conflicts with Chicken Finger Fridays.
  10. iClickers.

Check out the semester’s first issue of post-, available today. Writers look into Brown and taxes, the lore of Lana del Rey, and the wonders of Baked Alaska (hint: you set it on fire). Post- is published on Thursdays inside the BDH.


Post- Editors’ Top 10: December 2, 2011

Check out the holiday issue of Post- in Friday’s BDH. Ben Wofford considers the sophomore slump; Clayton Aldern and Ben Resnik take an in-depth look at folk punk and Sexicon imagines a midnight visit from Santa, tainting Christmas for all.

Top 10 Things the Vatican Doesn’t Want Us to Do Over Winter Break.
1. Yoga.
2. Read Harry Potter.
3. Watch Avatar.
4. Use condoms.
5. Masturbate.
6. Masturbate in front of a menorah.
7. Get an abortion.
8. Be a gay Muslim.
9. Believe in dinosaurs.
10. Read Post- magazine.