Amy Wang is a Senior Staff Writer covering Arts and Culture at the Herald. She is a first year from Seattle, Washington, and is currently planning to concentrate in computational biology. Journalism aside, her interests include drawing, coding, tennis, and animated films. On any given day, you are liable to find her on the twelfth floor of the SciLi, procrastinating.

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‘The Americas on Fire’ exhibit to open at JCB

Arts & Culture

‘The Americas on Fire’ exhibit to open at JCB

April 25, 2017 0 comments

Yellowed manuscripts reveal passages and images printed hundreds of years ago — all of which share one thing in common: fire.

Korean Fried Chicken brings variety to Thayer

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Korean Fried Chicken brings variety to Thayer

April 11, 2017 0 comments

Thanks to the recent opening of Den Den Korean Fried Chicken, passersby may notice a sudden liveliness near 182 Angell Street.

Catherine Opie discusses power of photography, art

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Catherine Opie discusses power of photography, art

April 6, 2017 0 comments

Nearly all the seats in the List Art Center Auditorium were filled Wednesday evening as individuals gathered to listen to Catherine Opie speak.

Brown club figure skating delivers magical performance

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Brown club figure skating delivers magical performance

March 22, 2017 0 comments

From 7 to 8 p.m. Monday evening, Meehan Auditorium echoed with tunes that evoked childhood memories of talking candlesticks and underwater kingdoms.

Arts & Culture

Ivy Film Festival releases festival schedule

March 20, 2017 0 comments

The lineup for the 2017 Ivy Film Festival is slated to cover a breadth of topics.

Wong’s Kitchen opens on Waterman

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Wong’s Kitchen opens on Waterman

March 14, 2017 0 comments

Attention, Brunonia: The “coming soon” sign at 108 Waterman St. has finally been removed.

Students talk music industry issues, solutions

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Students talk music industry issues, solutions

March 8, 2017 0 comments

“How do we create a music industry with more winners than losers?”

Rennie Harris Puremovement takes stage in Providence

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Rennie Harris Puremovement takes stage in Providence

February 28, 2017 0 comments

Over a thousand people crowded into the theater to see one of the nation’s most celebrated street dance performance groups: Rennie Harris Puremovement.

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‘Paterson’ follows life and love of New Jersey bus driver

February 22, 2017 0 comments

Throughout the film, the audience gains a sense of Paterson’s daily routine, from his regular drives down Route 23 to his nighttime walks to the nearby bar

Former trapeze artist joins U. through RUE program

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Former trapeze artist joins U. through RUE program

February 15, 2017 0 comments

At just 27 years old, Akaela “Kaely” Michels-Gualtieri ’20 has volunteered as an Emergency Medical Technician aboard ambulances in various cities.