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Republican presidential candidates

News, Apr 21 2011

by Emily Gogolak, Ashton Strait & Emma Whitford

What to consider as the race begins: Wendy Schiller, US Politics expert and Professor at Brown, on the GOP The GOP …

Week in Review

News, Apr 15 2011

by Emily Gogolak, Anna Matejcek & Ashton Strait

Someone Sticks Up for Immigrants, Finally “I think things are going to go crazy on this,” Utah Republican state Rep. Stephen …

High Fashion/Big Business

arts & culture, Mar 25 2011

by Belle Cushing

Kate Moss drags on a cigarette in bondage boots and hot pants. Naomi Campbell struts out of a gilded elevator in …

Week in Review: 3/3/11

News, Mar 06 2011

by Emily Gogolak, Ashton Strait & Emma Whitford

THE MOST DANGEROUS PLACE FOR A RACIST BILLBOARDLast Wednesday, Texas-based anti-abortion group Life Always erected a racially charged billboard on the …

The Best-Laid Schemas of Mice and Men

Arts, Feb 25 2011

by Maud Doyle

“‘Curiouser and curiouser!’ cried Alice (she was so much surprised, that for the moment she quite forgot how to speak good …

WEEK IN REVIEW 2/24/11

News, Feb 25 2011

by Malcolm Burnley, Emily Gogolak & Erica Schwiegershausen

SO LONG MR. PRESIDENT?The Arab world was dealt yet another shock on Sunday, when Omar al-Bashir, President of Sudan, announced his …

Issue 3

Cover Art, Sep 23 2010

THE OCEAN VS OUTER SPACE

Opinions, Nov 12 2009

by Katie Okamoto

POSITION: OCEAN > SPACEBadass. That’s the ocean. Everything aboutit—its direct beauty, its intense and originalperfume, its physical and spiritual powerto move, …

Issue 4

Cover Art, Oct 09 2009

The Comeback Kid

socialist victory in Greece

News, Oct 09 2009

by Beatrice Igne-Bianchi

Greece’s socialist Pasok party celebrated a landslide election victory onSunday. The current center-right government was hurt by a growing economic crisis …

Issue 3

Cover Art, Oct 05 2009

I Had the Time of my Life

arts & culture, Sep 17 2009

by Marisa Calleja

Patrick Swayze, grinder of hips and heartthrob extraordinaire, died Monday after a prolonged battle with pancreatic cancer. Swayze was born in …

I-Way or the Highway

Metro, Sep 17 2009

by Maggie Lange

In Providence, the streets are the cities’ largest public space. It’s not parks or the famed waterfront—it’s the streets. The day …

How to Prolong Your Senior Year

Features, Apr 30 2009

by Alexandra de Jesus

AWhen John Foster graduated last May, the Art History department handed him a prop--"a fake diploma," he told me. "I was …

COLORING

As If You Care, Apr 16 2009

THE INDY WANTS YOUR CREATIVE JUICES! THE BEST PAINT-BY-NUMBERS FRIDA WILL BECOME THE INDY'S COVER. SUBMIT YOURS TO BROWN CAMPUS BOX …

WEEK IN REVIEW

News, Apr 16 2009

by Maggie Lange

PENNSYLVANIA "EMERGENCY" TARNISHES, AUGMENTS GOOD FRIDAY CELEBRATIONSAt 2 AM this past Friday, a Philadelphia cable broadcast of Good Friday ceremonies at …

THE MISSING MIDDLE

Literary, Apr 09 2009

by Shawn Wen

Beginning:Our minds barely guard our eyes. The eyes wander and the mind only starts to notice when it is too late. …

WE'LL ALWAYS HAVE LOS ANGELES: EULOGIZING SHOWTIME'S LESBIAN DRAMA

Arts, Mar 05 2009

by Rebecca Sigel

I came out to my mother when I was 14. While she drove the car, I said, with the same inflection …

INDY STAFFERS 'GRADUATE' .5 BUT THEY ALSO LIVE FOREVER (TOE TAGS)

From the Editors, Dec 04 2008

MAX DUNFEYWho on this earth has missed out on chocolate chip cookies from Maxwell Dunfey? Fortunately, very few. From his cosmic …

YOU CHEEKY BASTARD

Science, Nov 13 2008

by Erin Schikowski

Ever wondered whether you're related to the Biblical figure Aaron? (I mean, who hasn't?) With improvements in modern technology, the company …

WEEK IN REVIEW

News, Oct 23 2008

by Chris Duffy

DIPLOMATIC TIES"When I visited Bondsteel Army Base in Kosovo, I learned quickly that this was no place to wear my Manolo …

MONSTERS! ALIENS! A VISIT TO PROVIDENCE'S CREATURE LAB

Metro, Oct 09 2008

by Lizzie Feidelson

Throughout history, puppets have creeped people out. However, the Big Nazo puppet factory and performance troupe undoes aversions with force. "It's …

THE ART OF GOING UNNOTICED: TUNE IN, FADE OUT-NO TABLETS REQUIRED

Science, Oct 09 2008

by Matt Surka

Throughout history, people have been fascinated by the idea of the Invisible Man. In movies, novels and comic books, invisibility has …

EVOLUTION AND THE ROLE OF INVASIVE SPECIES: NO HOMEOWNERS' RIGHTS IN THE WILD

Science, Sep 25 2008

by Erin Schikowski

Brown University Professor Dov Sax discovered, in his most recent research, that there are now more naturalized plant species in New …

A PERFECTLY SWEET WIFE: ONE WOMAN'S ESCAPE FROM UTAH'S POLYGAMOUS KINGSTON CLAN

Features, Sep 18 2008

by Michael Gonda

I was a sophomore in high school when I first heard about polygamy and polygamous cults in America. A CNN article …