Elena Renken serves as a section editor for Science and Research, after covering the same beat for a year as a senior staff writer. She is a junior from St. Paul, Minnesota, and plans to concentrate in Science and Society. When not working for the Herald, she loves to throw on the wheel, make silkscreen prints, use the Oxford comma, and look out the window wishing it would snow.

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Hillary Clinton advisor connects women’s rights, foreign policy

April 19, 2016 0 comments

Jennifer Klein ’87, senior advisor to Hillary Clinton and adjunct professor of law at Georgetown Law Center, spoke at the School of Public Health Thursday.

As online polling increases, experts weigh pros, cons

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As online polling increases, experts weigh pros, cons

April 7, 2016 0 comments

In contrast to previous trends, the 2016 election cycle has seen online polling used more often than traditional telephone polls.

Networked printer hacked, prints racist flyer

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Networked printer hacked, prints racist flyer

April 4, 2016 0 comments

An anti-Semitic flyer was discovered on an office printer in Barus and Holley Thursday afternoon.

PW’s UpFest features range of performances, workshops

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PW’s UpFest features range of performances, workshops

March 22, 2016 0 comments

UpFest, a new festival hosted by the Production Workshop, provides student groups and individuals a platform to showcase their work.

Anti-Semitic, homophobic vandalism found in Marcy House

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Anti-Semitic, homophobic vandalism found in Marcy House

March 21, 2016 0 comments

Sam Rubinstein ’17 and Lainie Rowland ’17 found homophobic and anti-Semitic graffiti scrawled on the walls of Marcy House early Friday morning.

Women in science tend to gravitate toward biology, cognitive sciences

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Women in science tend to gravitate toward biology, cognitive sciences

March 16, 2016 0 comments

Women are no longer a minority in some fields of science.

Ezra Dulit-Greenberg ’18 plays Laura’s love interest Daniel in “Tallgrass Gothic.”  Emily Garrison ’16.5 wrote the music for and directed the Production Workshop play opening this weekend. The play’s costumes, music and lighting combine for a religious overtone.

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Production Workshop’s ‘Tallgrass Gothic’ wrestles with faith, desire

March 11, 2016 0 comments

Written by Melanie Marnich and directed by Emily Garrison ’16.5, Production Workshop’s “Tallgrass Gothic” stuns with scandal and regimented religion.

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University files brief against grad student unionization

March 2, 2016 0 comments

Brown joined eight other universities Tuesday in a filing urging the NLRB to continue recognizing graduate assistants as students, not paid employees.

During his 2005 testimony in Kitzmiller v. Dover, Professor of Biology Kenneth Miller ’70 P’02 defended the teaching of evolution in classrooms.

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Miller reflects on intelligent design case

February 26, 2016 0 comments

Kenneth Miller, professor of biology, reviewed the 2005 Kitzmiller v. Dover case at the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Med school requirements reflect modern medicine

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Med school requirements reflect modern medicine

February 17, 2016 0 comments

Many medical schools have removed the requirement for a second semester of organic chemistry and added a semester of biochemistry.

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