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 (56)

Administrators seek to fill the position of former Vice President for Campus Life and Student Services Margaret Klawunn.

University News

U. looks to identify top VP candidates by November

September 9, 2015 1 comment

The 10-person search committee working to identify Margaret Klawunn’s successor hopes to submit a finalized set of candidate recommendations in November.

Though administrators at first hoped for a July start date, Mathew Johnson will join the Swearer Center in 2016 after wrapping up his work at Siena.

University News

Brown announces new Swearer Center director

September 1, 2015 1 comment

Mathew Johnson, currently director of Siena College’s Office of Academic Community Engagement, will head the public service center and engaged scholarship.

University News

Richard Locke named next provost

June 1, 2015 5 comments

Richard Locke, director of the Watson Institute for International Studies since July 2013, will take over as provost July 1.

Uber, Lyft popular for internationals

University News

Uber, Lyft popular for internationals

April 23, 2015 1 comment
This article is part of the series Spring 2015 Student Polls

A Herald poll conducted March 2-3 found that international students use ride-sharing mobile apps such as Uber and Lyft more often than domestic students.

Athletes report higher rates of fiscal, social conservatism

University News

Athletes report higher rates of fiscal, social conservatism

April 15, 2015 0 comments
This article is part of the series Spring 2015 Student Polls

About 15 percent of non-athletes identified as fiscally conservative compared to 35 percent of athletes.

President Christina Paxson P’19 helped honor Hyoun Ju Sohn GS at an event held in the Sciences Library. Speakers discussed working toward community healing and creating a welcoming environment.

University News

Community rebuilds after tragedy at SciLi

April 8, 2015 7 comments

Undergraduates, graduate students and faculty members gathered at a reception in the Sciences Library to commemorate the life of Hyoun Ju Sohn GS.

Karen Sibley, dean of the School of Professional studies, is now in charge of integrating more technology into education and distributing information about the University to middle and high schools.

University News

Sibley chosen as VP for strategic initiatives

April 7, 2015 1 comment

Karen Sibley MAT’81 P’07 P’12, dean of the School of Professional Studies, has been appointed vice president of strategic initiatives.

Grad school growth puts Brown’s identity into question

University News

Grad school growth puts Brown’s identity into question

March 31, 2015 22 comments
This article is part of the series 1,000 Days: Paxson's Path

As Christina Paxson’s P’19 presidency passes its thousandth day, a debate that has been brewing since before her tenure continues to mount.

Members of Act4RJ attended Tuesday’s Brown University Community Council meeting wearing dollar bills marked with “IX” to protest the University’s handling of the recent GHB and sexual assault cases.

University News

Dropped drugging charges dominate BUCC meeting

March 11, 2015 6 comments

President Paxson denied that the father of the student accused of spiking a drink with GHB — a Corporation trustee — influenced his son’s case.

Metro

South Street construction to start in April

March 5, 2015 0 comments

The power station, adjacent to the I-195 redevelopment land, will house administrative offices for the University and nursing facilities for URI and RIC.