For 115 years, The Brown Daily Herald has been acclaimed as the only humorous publication on campus. The paper has a rich tradition of comedy, from their amusing spins on campus news to their laughably unfunny comics. Particularly droll have been attempts to remain objective when reporting on hard-hitting issues, such as Daily Jolt posts that discuss "cats' tendency to lick their own crotches" and how "well managed" SexPowerGod was.
As a casual pedestrian, it is easy to assume that the white markings at the intersections on Thayer Street represent an aesthetic aspect of the massive construction project currently underway in that area. However, this is not the case. These "designs" are a symptom of what has been described by Douglas Brinkley as a "scatological phenomenon."
Pawtucket, RI - The scene in this Providence suburb last Thursday had the potential to be grizzly. The remains of a white fence lay scattered and smashed across a lawn scarred by deep ruts. An out-of-control van had careened off the road and across this lawn, ending up mostly submerged in a swimming pool.
Spiritus Fermenti Inc., a Providence based distributor of wine and spirits, tops this year's Fortune 500 list. Many economists have cited Spiritus Fermenti Inc., referred to simply as "Spiritus" by local constituents, as the ideal business model.
Linebacker Zak DeOssie '07, after eating Sam Harper '10, will attend a Dean's Hearing to determine the punitive measures the University will take in response to the incident. DeOssie consumed Harper after Brown's 19-13 overtime loss to Dartmouth.