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Articles by Clare Steinman (20)

Steinman ’19: The EPA’s gag reflex

Op-eds, Opinions

Steinman ’19: The EPA’s gag reflex

October 30, 2017 0 comments

A new report on the health of Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay shows that it is getting cleaner as a result of decades of investments in wastewater treatment

Op-eds, Opinions

Steinman ’19: What we can remember from ‘Never Forget’

September 7, 2017 0 comments

My mom was so worried about violating laws prohibiting Nazi symbols that she taped over the swastikas on the cover of her copy of “In the Garden of Beasts.”

Columns, Opinions

Steinman ’19: What sustainable investing can do

April 21, 2017 0 comments

It’s been three and a half years since the Corporation voted “no” on a divestment proposal in October 2013.

Columns, Opinions

Steinman ’19: Code can’t cure all

April 19, 2017 0 comments

Pre-roll advertisements on YouTube are generally understood as one of the most annoying types of online advertisement.

Columns, Opinions

Steinman ’19: Strangers in the Land of Egypt

April 2, 2017 0 comments

As we near Passover next Monday, I am reminded of a story told each year about five rabbis living in Roman times.

Columns, Opinions

Steinman ’19: Free speech is not the problem on campuses

March 16, 2017 0 comments

There is no more hiding — which is why I don’t understand the oft-repeated maxim, particularly in recent months, that today’s college students are coddled.

Opinions

Steinman ’19: A new hope

March 2, 2017 0 comments

With last week’s discovery of Earth-sized planets 40 light-years away, I felt a familiar feeling: the sense of exhilaration only outer space can provide.

Opinions

Steinman ’19: Rescue the Urban Environmental Lab

February 16, 2017 0 comments

Brown has announced potential plans Saturday to destroy what has become a second home to me and many others on campus.

Columns, Opinions

Steinman ’19: Tag yourself

February 3, 2017 0 comments

Misery loves company.

Columns

Steinman ’19: Finding a way forward

November 28, 2016 0 comments

In the hours before dawn Nov. 9, I walked to where I could see the Providence skyline and looked out at a country I wasn’t sure I recognized.