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Articles by Emma Wohl (47)

Arts & Culture

Classical pianist plays Radiohead, Ravel at RISD

November 2, 2010 0 comments

Listeners of National Public Radio can hear Christopher O’Riley’s informed commentaries on classical music and his classical compositions of Radiohead, Pink Floyd and Elliott Smith on his weekly radio show “From the Top.”

Arts & Culture

Festival explores women filmmakers

October 19, 2010 0 comments

The films in the Providence Women’s Film Festival may speak for themselves, but in the Women’s Film Festival Symposium on Friday, a panel of filmmakers and academics discussed the questions these films raised.

Arts & Culture

Student exhibit continues Columbus Day dialogue

October 12, 2010 0 comments

Though faculty made the decision to change the name of the recent October holiday from Columbus Day to Fall Weekend last year, the dialogue continues in an exhibit at the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology.


Bed bug populations growing across nation, but no reports on campus

October 5, 2010 0 comments

Bed bugs — once relegated to the world of nighttime rhymes — are once again emerging as a major concern at universities across the country.

University News

Tutoring program expands services, staff

September 30, 2010 0 comments

BearPaw Tutors, a tutoring company that employs Brown students, has grown in size, personnel and facilities recently, according to Co-founder and President Matthew Lent ’08.

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Community rallies for the DREAM Act

September 21, 2010 0 comments

With repeated cries of “Education, not deportation,” students gathered on the Main Green Monday at noon to voice their support of the DREAM Act, which is headed for a congressional vote this week as a part of a defense reauthorization bill.

University News

Classics professor finds niche with obscure poet Fortunatus

September 20, 2010 0 comments

Associate Professor of Classics and Comparative Literature Joseph Pucci remembers a grad school professor joking, “If anyone wants to make a name for him or herself” in the field of classics, “Fortunatus is the poet you want to study.” Years later, Pucci is now offering what he believes is the only class in the world focusing exclusively on Fortunatus, a medieval Latin poet.

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