Kasturi Pananjady is the editor-in-chief and vice president of The Herald’s 128th editorial board. A comparative literature concentrator from Bangalore, India, Kasturi has previously interned for The Wire and The Hindu. Outside the office, she can be found reenacting stories from her semester abroad in painful detail, or singing with her a capella group while wearing mismatched socks.

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“The course speaks to an area of great need and curiosity on the part of Brown students. There is no other such course on disability studies on campus,” said Bruce Becker, professor at the Alpert Medical School.

Arts & Culture

#dispix photo exhibition displays range of disabilities

November 13, 2015 0 comments
This article is part of the series Pathology to Power

#dispix features photos taken by Brown students and Providence community members with disabilities.

“The big thing about radio is its intimacy...it breaks down barriers,” John Bender said, highlighting what makes radio a unique form of media.

Arts & Culture

Q&A: RIPR’s John Bender talks reporting, empathy

November 6, 2015 0 comments

John Bender, a radio journalist for Rhode Island Public Radio, describes himself as the “man behind the scenes.”

This year’s Urban Vintage Bazaar boasted the highest turnout yet. The 19 featured vendors sold objects including toys, books and pre-worn clothing.

Arts & Culture

Bazaar attracts curious collectors, stirs up nostalgia for vintage merchandise

October 28, 2015 0 comments

Nineteen vendors and one nonprofit organization showcased clothes, jewelry, vinyl records and board games, showcasing works from a variety of time periods.

Sayles Hall was packed with students lined up for Night Market's offerings, including Vietnamese Banh-Mi's and bubble tea. The event also featured performances by Impulse, Daebak, Lion Dance and others.

Arts & Culture

Taiwanese Night Market showcases cultural performances, Asian cuisine

October 7, 2015 0 comments

Featuring student-run cultural organizations, performance groups and authentic homemade food, the 11th annual Night Market received a “tremendous” response.

In its pilot phase, Tink Knit sold all 250 of its hats in the Brown Bookstore, raising over $6,000. All participants were able to find permanent housing.

University News

Tink Knit aids low-income single parents

October 1, 2015 3 comments

Some single parents in Providence now have a source of steady income and economic opportunities through the venture Tink Knit, launched this semester.

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