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 (49)

University News

Med School co-founder Aronson remembered for humility

January 30, 2015 0 comments

Stanley Aronson, co-founder of the Alpert Medical School, died Jan. 28 at the age of 92, leaving behind a legacy of innovations.

Winter Storm Juno forces cancellation of class, University operations

University News

Winter Storm Juno forces cancellation of class, University operations

January 26, 2015 12 comments

Classes are canceled and all administrative and academic offices are closed Tuesday due to a “significant blizzard.”

Cardboard cutouts of popular people of color in the media line the entrance of a panel discussion on representation Thursday night.

University News

Panel talks racial stereotypes in media

November 7, 2014 0 comments

Gangsters, gardeners and gold-diggers were some of the television tropes explored in “Scandal(ous) Realities: Black and Brown Images in TV and Hollywood.”


Providence Talks literacy program to expand beyond pilot phase

November 6, 2014 0 comments

Providence Talks plans for expansion as its pilot phase, which began Feb. 3, comes to a close, said Rob Horowitz, spokesperson for Providence Talks.

Fifty-six colleges and universities, including Columbia, Cornell, Penn and Princeton, have joined the Jed and Clinton Health Matters Campus Program since its June debut.

University News

CAPS may join national health initiative

October 31, 2014 0 comments

Brown’s Counseling and Psychological Services is considering signing on to the Jed and Clinton Health Matters Campus Program.

The Rave Guardian Campus Safety App functions as a “virtual Safewalk,” said Deputy Chief of Police for DPS Paul Shanley. Its release is part of a suite of new safety promotion features.

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In new media push, DPS goes mobile

October 17, 2014 0 comments

Following the Department of Public Safety’s release of the Rave Guardian Campus Safety App at the beginning of the semester, the app has been downloaded over 1,100 times.

Brian Jepson and Kipp Bradford’s organization, Revolution x Design,  brought the first Maker Faire to Providence in 2009.

Arts & Culture

Maker Faire exhibitors display local innovation

October 14, 2014 0 comments

Colorful banners flapped in the rain Saturday morning, announcing the sixth annual Rhode Island Mini Maker Faire.

University admission officer Matthew Price poses with “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek. Price appeared in two episodes last month, winning in the episode that aired Sept. 19.

Features, University News

Brunonia for $1,000: Community members compete on ‘Jeopardy!’

October 7, 2014 0 comments

The first step in qualifying to compete on “Jeopardy!” is an online test in which trivia lovers answer 50 questions, with 15 seconds allotted for each one.

After a year of renovations, the John Hay Library reopened on Sept. 2, revealing upgraded facilities that will present wider opportunities for the new director to create a more pleasant workspace and showcase the special collection.

University News

U. seeks replacement for John Hay Library director

September 26, 2014 1 comment

Just weeks after a renovated John Hay Library reopened to the public, senior library staff members are commencing a search for a new library director.