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      • Providence, United States (25)
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      Brown UniversityMarch 14, 2012
      University
      • Providence, United States

      Follow the Brown University Foursquare Page to follow tips throughout the campus & Providence: https://foursquare.com/brownuniversity Read more

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      Keeney QuadrangleMarch 12, 2012
      Residence Hall
      • Providence, United States

      Keeney Quadrangle becomes home for nearly 600 new first-year students every year. It consists of six houses (Archibald, Bronson, Everett, Jameson, Mead, and Poland) each named for certain prominent... Read more

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      Sharpe Refectory (Ratty)March 12, 2012
      Cafeteria
      • Providence, United States

      Brown’s largest all-you-can-eat dining hall and is open throughout the day. The Ratty boasts an every-changing salad bar, vegetarian and vegan entrees, culinary delights from around the world... Read more

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      Wriston QuadMarch 12, 2012
      Quad
      • Providence, United States

      Named after former Brown President Henry Wriston, Wriston Quadrangle (or Wriston for short) consists of nine residential buildings built in the 1950s that house student dormitories and Brown's ten... Read more

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      Barus and HolleyMarch 12, 2012
      Science
      • Providence, United States

      Brown has the oldest undergraduate engineering program in the Ivy League. Engineering students may focus in biomedical, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, materials, or mechanical engineering. Read more

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      MacMillan HallMarch 12, 2012
      Auditorium
      • Providence, United States

      In the laboratory facilities in MacMillan, each student has a private lab space and fume hood to ensure high levels of air quality and safety. The building also contains research-level instruments... Read more

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      Sciences Library (SciLi)March 12, 2012
      Library
      • Providence, United States

      The SciLi was built in 1971 as a center for scientific study. In 2000, students in Technology House staged the world’s largest Tetris game with blinking lights on the outside of the building... Read more

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      Swearer Center For Public ServiceMarch 9, 2012
      Administrative Building
      • Providence, United States

      Through dozens of individual programs, 70% of Brown students as some point during their time on College Hill tutor, mentor, build, research, or teach, in order to give back to the community. Read more

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      Kennedy Plaza Bus TerminalMarch 9, 2012
      Bus Station
      • Providence, United States

      Kennedy Plaza, located in Downcity Providence, is the city's historic ground transportation center. Several blocks from Kennedy Plaza is Providence Station, which serves as a stop both for the... Read more

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      Providence, RIMarch 9, 2012
      City
      • United States

      With just about 178,000 residents, Providence is the third largest city in New England, the capital of Rhode Island, and the perfect place to spend four years of college... Read more

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      Brown University BookstoreMarch 9, 2012
      Bookstore
      • Providence, United States

      The Brown Bookstore, located in the heart of Thayer Street, is the official campus shop. The store sells books, Brown merchandise, office supplies, and computer equipment. Approximately on... Read more

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      Antonio's PizzaMarch 9, 2012
      Pizza
      • Providence, United States

      Few nights are complete without a slice of pizza before bed. Read more

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      Avon CinemaMarch 9, 2012
      Indie Theater
      • Providence, United States

      The Avon Cinema has been a landmark on College Hill since it opened its doors in 1938. During Brown's annual Ivy Film Festival, the Avon opens its doors to students and the community for screenings.. Read more

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      Thayer StreetMarch 9, 2012
      Shop
      • Providence, United States

      With places to buy a slice of pizza, a mouthwatering crepe, a book for class, new running shoes, or countless other items, Thayer provides eclectic offerings within walking distance of any dorm. Read more

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      Olney-Margolies Athletic Center (OMAC)March 9, 2012
      Gym
      • Providence, United States

      The largest of Brown’s indoor athletic facilities & contains a 200 meter track, 5 indoor tennis courts & basketball courts. The OMAC has Warner Field on its roof, home to Brown’s field hockey teams. Read more

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      Meehan AuditoriumMarch 9, 2012
      Hockey
      • Providence, United States

      Brown's hockey teams compete in Meehan Auditorium. Meehan has also been the venue for Spring Weekend concerts as well as major addresses, including one by former President Bill Clinton in 2005... Read more

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      Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative ArtsMarch 9, 2012
      Theater
      • Providence, United States

      Opened in February 2011 as an interdisciplinary center to foster innovation, creativity and collaboration on campus. It reaffirms Brown's support of the arts and its belief that the arts are vital... Read more

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      Sidney Frank Hall for Life SciencesMarch 9, 2012
      Science
      • Providence, United States

      Opened in 2006, the $95 million, 168,000-sq-foot facility has housed more than 50 laboratories & workspace for faculty, staff & students in neuroscience, molecular biology, cell biology, biochemistry. Read more

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      Smith Buonano HallMarch 9, 2012
      Auditorium
      • Providence, United States

      Originally constructed in 1906 as a gym for Pembroke College, Smith Buonanno was renovated in 2001 and won an Honor Award for Outstanding Interiors from the American Institute of Architects in 2002. Read more

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      PembrokeMarch 9, 2012
      Plaza
      • Providence, United States

      Located north of the College Green, the two schools merged in 1971, and today, Pembroke includes dorms, classrooms, the Cogut Center... Read more

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