Kasturi Pananjady is a news editor for The Herald. Kasturi is a sophomore from Bangalore, India and will probably concentrate in comparative literature. Outside the office, she enjoys acting, teaching and singing with her a capella group, all while wearing mismatched socks.

Articles by Kasturi Pananjady (35)

Je-Shawna Wholley, the new program coordinator for the LGBTQ Center, comes to Brown after having worked as an activist on a national level.

University News

LGBTQ Center hire focuses on community

September 15, 2016 0 comments

This fall, the LGBTQ Center welcomed its newest staff member, Program Coordinator Je-Shawna Wholley.

SciLi revamp brings new resource centers

University News

SciLi revamp brings new resource centers

September 8, 2016 0 comments

Replete with colorful walls, classrooms and coffee machines, the upper levels of the Sciences Library are a far cry from the stacks of yesteryear.

Some students choose to exit the Brown bubble and spend their time outside of academics engaging with the Providence community.

Committed to the community

May 26, 2016 0 comments
This article is part of the series Commencement Magazine 2016

Many Brown students enjoy venturing off of College Hill and engaging with the greater Providence community.

University News

Man posing as driver reportedly assaults student

April 25, 2016 0 comments

A student was reportedly assaulted at an off-campus apartment by an unidentified man posing as a driver for a ride-sharing service.

Shakespeare in the City unlocks student creativity

Arts & Culture, Illustrations

Shakespeare in the City unlocks student creativity

April 21, 2016 0 comments

Audience members at the TAPS production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” last month may have been surprised to see middle school students on the scene.

Ivy Film Festival discusses diversity in filmmaking

Arts & Culture

Ivy Film Festival discusses diversity in filmmaking

April 11, 2016 0 comments

The panel discussion “The Audience in Revolt: Gender, Race and Representation in Hollywood” on Friday discussed diversity in Hollywood.

Rebecca Cumberbatch, a Rhode Island School of Design student, addressed a crowd of RISD students and faculty members during a demonstration at Market Square Wednesday. The gathering, which lasted over three hours, saw participants share experiences with prejudice on campus. Demonstrators also called on the administration to release a diversity action plan.

University News

RISD students, faculty members gather to decry campus racism

April 7, 2016 0 comments

Not Your Token, a demonstration to protest the lack of recognition and discussion with regard to race, sexuality and class at RISD, took place Wednesday.

Participants in White Noise Collective R.I.’s event “White Skin, Black Ashes” addressed issues of anti-racist allyship within white supremacy culture, including their understanding of and personal motivations behind allyship.

University News

White Noise Collective R.I. hosts event on white allyship

March 23, 2016 0 comments

The BioMedical Center played host to “White Skin, Black Asks,” a dialogue on white supremacy culture facilitated by the White Noise Collective R.I. Tuesday.

University Chaplain Janet Cooper Nelson leads the Inter-Religious Working Group in facilitating on-campus discussions on differences between faiths.

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Chaplain’s office to facilitate religious discourse

March 18, 2016 0 comments

The Inter-Religious Working Group kicked off with a four-hour inaugural meeting Feb. 29, facilitated by the Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life.

Mock cancels lecture amid student protest

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Mock cancels lecture amid student protest

March 17, 2016 0 comments

Janet Mock, a black, native Hawaiian trans woman and activist, announced Wednesday morning that she had canceled her campus talk, “Redefining Realness.”