Baylor Knobloch

Baylor Knobloch

Multimedia Features Editor

Baylor is currently the Multimedia Features Editor for The Herald, creating video content to enhance Herald articles as well as telling stand-alone content through video. A sophomore from the great city of Baltimore, she plans to double concentrate in English and Modern Culture & Media. When not in the office or behind the camcorder, Baylor can be found watching Netflix, laughing at memes, laughing with friends, or laughing at herself.

Articles by Baylor Knobloch (47)

Brown consistently admits male applicants at higher rate

University News

Brown consistently admits male applicants at higher rate

November 30, 2016 0 comments

With the early decision admission process underway, one factor may hold more weight than applicants realize: gender.

University News

Grad students at private universities win right to unionize

August 23, 2016 0 comments

The NLRB ruled Tuesday that graduate students at Columbia qualify as employees of the institution and therefore have the right to unionize.

Tricia Rose captivated the audience at the first in a series of lectures that will explore how structural racism affects virtually all parts of society.

University News

Rose MA’87 PhD’93, Prasad MA’03 PhD’06 take on administrative roles

June 30, 2016 0 comments

With the fall semester a mere two months away, four individuals will begin their positions as University administrators July 1.

Sports

Sports Roundup: April 11, 2016

April 11, 2016 0 comments

Softball: Brown finished a four-game weekend with a 3-1 record, sweeping Cornell for the first time since 2000 and splitting against Princeton.

Ivy Film Festival Managing Director Oakley Friedberg ’17 read questions compiled through online crowd-sourcing to Jodie Foster. Crediting her success to on-the-job learning, Foster said she did not take film classes at Yale.

Arts & Culture, University News

Jodie Foster reflects on career path in film industry

April 6, 2016 0 comments

Tuesday morning, the Academy Award winner sat down with Ivy Film Festival Managing Director Oakley Friedberg ’17 for the festival’s kickoff event.

Local high school students work after school and on weekends at the Sharpe Refectory, the University’s main dining hall on Wriston Quadrangle. Students also work at the Verney Woolley dining hall on Pembroke campus.

University News

Local high schoolers work for dining services through selective program

March 25, 2016 0 comments

In the coming weeks, high school students across the country will receive college acceptance or rejection letters.

Arts & Culture

Band marches to its own irreverent, tradition-steeped beat

February 25, 2016 0 comments

The Brown Band’s Tuesday night practice in Fulton Rehearsal Hall is lively with banter and laughter.

Student-written plays get trial runs onstage

Arts & Culture

Student-written plays get trial runs onstage

February 9, 2016 0 comments

Carlos Sirah MFA’17 took the stage in a workshop-style performance of his play, “The Light Body,” Sunday night.

Locke assumed the role of provost after just two years of serving as director of the Watson Institute. In both positions, his colleagues describe him as a visionary leader and a motivating co-worker.

University News

A dynamic provost, paving the way for Brown

December 4, 2015 0 comments

If the buck stops with President Christina Paxson P’19, it’s Provost Richard Locke ’17 who hands it off to her.

Tricia Rose captivated the audience at the first in a series of lectures that will explore how structural racism affects virtually all parts of society.

University News

Brown kicks off structural racism lecture series

December 3, 2015 0 comments

Tricia Rose MA’87 PhD’93 delivered the opening presentation of a series of lectures and workshops titled “How Structural Racism Works” Wednesday evening.