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)

Metro

Airbnb tax revenue falls short of estimate

December 3, 2015 0 comments

Rhode Island’s new tax on short-term residence rentals, commonly known as the Airbnb tax, has generated less revenue for the state than expected this year.

President Christina Paxson P’19 spoke to around 200 undergraduates, graduate students and faculty members on the determinants of health disparities along racial lines during a talk Monday afternoon in Sayles Hall.

University News

Students voice grievances at Paxson Q&A

November 17, 2015 0 comments

Many students used the Q&A to express discontent with the University’s health insurance costs and their contribution to racial disparities on campus.

University News

Talk examines race in Texas policing history

November 11, 2015 0 comments

Monica Martinez’s talk examined the history in which anti-Mexican racial violence was legally justified by pre-existing anti-black racial violence in Texas

University News

Admins narrow locations for new performing arts venue

October 14, 2015 0 comments

A new six-year joint degree program with RISD in architecture will launch later this year.

The new Language Resource Center will span half the Sciences Library’s sixth floor, where students will be able to work individually or with small groups. Resources will also be available for languages not taught at Brown.

University News

Language Resource Center to reopen in SciLi

September 30, 2015 0 comments

The new facility will provide a “flexible learning environment” and “cutting edge technology.” The University is also seeking a new director for the LRC.

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