Clare is an opinions editor from New York City. She is concentrating public policy and environmental studies and loves writing about politics and culture. Clare has interned for Hillary for America, the Rhode Island Alliance for Healthy Homes, and T-REX Group. When not at the Herald, she can usually be found playing ultimate frisbee, making puns, or running up and down Providence’s many hills.

Articles by Clare Steinman (27)

Steinman ’19: Requiem for the Bear’s Lair

Columns, Opinions

Steinman ’19: Requiem for the Bear’s Lair

September 20, 2018 0 comments

I should probably start by admitting that I was never much of a fan. Like the Sharpe Refectory and the Sciences Library, the Bear’s Lair fell into a category of places on campus that I frequented not because I liked being there, but because they were steady and reliable — they got the job done.

Columns, Opinions

Steinman ’19: Dirty money has no place in the DNC

September 6, 2018 0 comments

The Democratic National Committee took a critical step here in Providence this past June, passing a resolution that banned political contributions from the fossil fuel industry, namely oil, gas and coal companies and their associations.

Columns, Opinions

Steinman ’19: Here comes the sun

April 23, 2018 0 comments

It once seemed an impossible dream, but spring has finally come to Providence.

Columns, Opinions

Steinman ’19: Lead on, Hollywood

March 18, 2018 0 comments

It’s taken fourteen months, but President Trump has finally figured out what’s wrong with America. In a recent 5:25 a.m. tweet following the Oscars, he declared: “Problem is, we don’t have Stars anymore — except your President (just kidding, of course)!”

Columns, Opinions

Steinman ’19: Time for some cautious optimism

February 13, 2018 0 comments

Over the year that I’ve edited this section, I’ve come across a number of columns that include a variation on the phrase “now more than ever,” including plenty of my own.

Columns, Opinions

Steinman ’19: When #MeToo is split in two

January 31, 2018 0 comments

It began with solidarity, with the tragic understanding that if the testimony of one woman is a fabrication and the testimony of two is a conspiracy, perhaps that of a few hundred or million could become a movement.

Columns, Opinions

Steinman ’19: Americans in (and out of) Paris

December 7, 2017 0 comments

I was lucky enough to attend the 23rd Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, commonly known as COP23, in Bonn, Germany.

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.