Hi everyone! My name is James Ford, and I’m a third-year from San Francisco, CA. From swimming to intermurals to eating healthy on College Hill, The Bear Necessities is here to give you insights on balancing work with play during your time at Brown! Music is something I am very passionate about and something that is very present in my… Read More The Bear Necessities: Spring Weekend and music on campus
Hello Bruin Club Blog readers! My name’s Allison García and I’m a second-year/second time Snapshots at Brown blogger. This is where you’ll find my (sometimes) sneaky and savagely HQ pics of Brown and the Providence area.
Hi! My name is Nitya Sudarshan from Mumbai, India. I will be writing about what Brown is like as an international student, and my many experiences that helped me make Brown my home really far away from home. A couple of weeks ago, the Admissions Office at Brown admitted many highly accomplished high school students… Read More From Albania to Zimbabwe: Why Brown?
Hi there! I’m Eimi (pronounced ‘Amy’) and I’m your correspondent for Student Highlight this year, a column dedicated to highlighting the scholars who attend this institution. While I’ve deduced that there’s no ‘typical’ Brown student, I hope to share a small glimpse into the wonderful and diverse individuals of this community. Name: Connor Lynch Hometown: Sarasota, FL Concentration: Astrophysics What… Read More Student Highlight: Connor Lynch ’17
Hello! My name is Alejandra (Ali) Gatas Johnson and I am your Dorms Declassified: Brown Survival Guide blogger. Living in a dorm with a roommate was one of the things that I was most excited but also nervous about for college. This blog is to help ease the concern and provide insight on residential life… Read More Dorms Declassified: Summer Storage
Hey! I’m Kimberly Davila, a first-year from East Los Angeles, California. I’m a new writer here for The Extras (and so excited for it). I am here to inform you about all the wonderful extracurriculars available to you on campus! With more than 500 student organizations, you will find a space on campus… Read More The Extras: Departmental Undergraduate Groups (DUG)
As the year ends and Spring semester drags on to what feels like an unimaginable close and work keeps piling on, it’s easy to feel homesick and to want nothing more but to jump on the first flight home. Everyone goes through this at any point throughout the year, but it seems post-Spring Break a… Read More Students of Color Perspectives: Finding Home Away From Home