Julianne Center currently serves as co-editor of the Arts & Culture section of the Herald, where she pretends to be artsier than she really is. She previously served as Senior Staff Writer, covering the Faculty and Staff beat. A freshman hailing from the mountains of Southern California (yes, they exist), she plans to concentrate in English Non-fiction writing and Environmental Studies. While not at the Herald, you can find her hugging trees, cuddling raccoons, reading poetry in coffee shops, or doing something else you’d probably roll your eyes at. Her very concrete plans after graduation include living in a trailer in the middle of the woods somewhere and writing something.

Articles by Julianne Center (35)

Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture Roundup

April 19, 2017 0 comments

Join Rhode Island School of Design students Thursday at 6:30 p.m. for an “anti-salon” as student artist-scholars gather to feature their work

Poll shows 39.8 percent of students oppose building performing arts center on UEL site

News, Science & Research

Poll shows 39.8 percent of students oppose building performing arts center on UEL site

April 17, 2017 0 comments
This article is part of the series Spring 2017 Poll

The Herald’s spring undergraduate poll found that students reported a drop in religious activity while attending the University.

Youth Poetry Grand Slam addresses race, sexuality through spoken word

Arts & Culture

Youth Poetry Grand Slam addresses race, sexuality through spoken word

February 22, 2017 0 comments

Poetry echoed off the walls and checkered stage, splashed against the red curtains and landed with impact into the ears of listeners.

The financial plan aims to reconcile the University’s finances with the Building on Distinction strategic plan, the Operational Plan and the BrownTogether campaign.

University News

University presents new financial plan

December 6, 2016 0 comments

Provost Richard Locke announced that the University will freeze undergraduate admission and begin expanding the Graduate School.

Students pose with their gingerbread creation. The Society of Women Engineers changed the rules for the competition because participants were bringing in tools like hair dryers and drills to enhance their houses.

University News

Students compete for most extreme gingerbread house

December 4, 2016 0 comments

The Society of Women Engineers held its 10th annual Extreme Gingerbread House Competition in Barus and Holley Friday.

Faculty discuss ‘sanctuary campus’ petitions

University News

Faculty discuss ‘sanctuary campus’ petitions

December 2, 2016 0 comments

Campus has been fraught with discussions on immigration and how best to support undocumented students under the Trump administration.

Med students host health fair for Providence locals

University News

Med students host health fair for Providence locals

November 7, 2016 0 comments

Beside Kennedy Plaza lies a park with a half-sunken boat jutting out of the struggling grass.

University News

Student robbed of phone on Meeting Street

October 24, 2016 0 comments

A student was robbed Friday while walking outside 172 Meeting Street near Andrews Commons and the Biomedical Center.

Provost Richard Locke P’17 addressed faculty members during a meeting about decreasing the University deficit and securing financial stability.

University News

Locke outlines new financial plan for Brown

October 5, 2016 0 comments

Provost Richard Locke P’17 announced historic changes to the University’s budget and business model at the faculty meeting Tuesday in Salomon 001.

New syllabus criteria draw mixed feelings

University News

New syllabus criteria draw mixed feelings

October 4, 2016 0 comments

This year, faculty members are required to release syllabi with the estimated time that will be spent on the course and learning objectives.

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