The Sciences Library Friedman Study Center opened a 1500 decibel section for students who wish to practice instruments, set off mortar grenades into packs of howling wolves at the center of the sun, or study in groups larger than five.
It was just past midnight last Saturday when Emma Page '11 noticed something was deeply wrong with the birthday party she was hosting. "I felt that something was off," Page recalled, "but I couldn't quite put my finger on it."
In an unprecedented turn of events, local Boulder mom Janet Parsons, 48, discovered in the mundane absurdities of everyday life a series of humorous events, all of which warranted retelling to countless eager listeners.
Bert Robbins '13, star second baseman for the Brown baseball team, has an unparalleled work ethic. His drive and desire are off the charts. It is impossible to quantify the amount of hustle he brings to the field each time he sprints out to his position. Luckily, these positive-sounding key words make up for the fact that Robbins conceivably has no clue how to play the sport of baseball.