The Roman Emperor has a New Groove

This month kicks off a new, interactive blog project at the Joukowsky Institute. While walking across Lincoln Field one morning in June, Sue Alcock noticed something different about the normally austere demeanor of the Marcus Aurelius statue; in his elevated left hand, he held a Wendy’s soda cup. This struck Sue as a comical addition, and inspired the idea of taking seasonal photographs of the statue for an online photo gallery.

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Preliminary progress on Rhode Island Hall renovations!

Brown has built a partial prototype of future faculty offices for the Joukowsky Institute’s new home in Rhode Island Hall. A section of the office wall, with three choices of glass for the the translucent walls, and of the mezzanine above has been installed in the second floor classroom of Rhode Island Hall. The sample can be viewed during the hours Rhode Island Hall is open.

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