Anna Kramer

Senior Staff Writer

Anna Kramer is a Senior Staff Writer covering University Hall. She is a sophomore studying International Relations with a focus on the Middle East and Arabic, but she may pursue journalism after college. When she isn’t spending too many hours at The Herald, Anna spends her time exploring Providence with friends, watching old movies and drinking too much tea.

Articles by Anna Kramer (51)

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SPS offers innovative master’s programs, seeks to expand

February 2, 2017 0 comments

The School of Professional Studies has grown in resources and contributed significantly to the University budget, said Karen Sibley.

U. fundraising continues ahead of schedule

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U. fundraising continues ahead of schedule

January 31, 2017 0 comments

The BrownTogether campaign has raised $1.25 billion in gifts and pledges in over a year since its launch, said President Christina Paxson P’19.

Brown to lease office space in Jewelry District

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Brown to lease office space in Jewelry District

January 25, 2017 0 comments

The University announced that it will lease two floors of the future Innovation Center complex to house the School of Professional Studies.

Mara Liasson ’77, national political correspondent for National Public Radio, posited that Hillary Clinton’s failure to inspire a broad section of the electorate with a cohesive message doomed her campaign.

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Liasson ’77, Corn ’81 dissect Clinton’s defeat

November 28, 2016 0 comments

Liasson characterized the unexpected Trump victory as primarily “a failure of imagination.”

Students in France, Spain, Denmark and Ecuador agree that studying abroad forges an ability to be independent in a way that the Brown community does not. Students often live alone and must overcome language barriers.

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Study abroad challenges social expectations, proves formative experience

November 15, 2016 0 comments

More than halfway through the semester, many Brown students scattered across the world are reaching the same realization.

Claude Steele explains stereotype threat

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Claude Steele explains stereotype threat

November 10, 2016 0 comments

Claude Steele spoke Wednesday evening in Salomon about the dangers stereotypes pose in a diverse learning environment.

Tiffany Chen ’18 will use her design skills from computer science courses  to help visually map ties between entrepreneurial programs at colleges.

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Tiffany Chen ’18 awarded Changemaker Fellowship

November 1, 2016 0 comments

Tiffany Chen ’18 has been named one of 11 Changemaker Fellows in the state of Rhode Island, becoming Brown’s representative in the statewide initiative.

Xi Luo, assistant professor of biostatistics, and his collaborators received the grant to address limitations in the study of brain scans and interactions.

Science & Research

Professor awarded $1.2 million NIH grant

October 21, 2016 0 comments

Assistant Professor of Biostastitics Xi Luo and other researchers have received a grant of more than $1.2 million over three years.

Providence, Guatemala City sign sister city agreement

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Providence, Guatemala City sign sister city agreement

October 14, 2016 0 comments

A delegation from Guatemala City met with Providence officials to sign an agreement that will formalize economic and cultural exchange between the cities.

The Providence Police Department will receive a $375,000 grant to equip officers with body cameras, an increasingly common trend for police departments across the country.

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Providence police win matching DOJ grant for body cameras

October 3, 2016 0 comments

The city of Providence has won a $375,000 federal matching grant for body cameras for the city’s police force, according to a Sept. 26 press release.

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