Kate Talerico

Kate Talerico

Former Managing Editor of Daily Content

Kate is the former managing editor of daily content at The Herald, where she organized staff trainings, developed multimedia features, and oversaw production of the daily newspaper. A senior at Brown, she is majoring in urban studies but will pursue a career in journalism. Kate hails from Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she enjoys sailing in holes cut out of the still-frozen lake in the spring. Outside the newsroom, Kate has been known to frequent dance parties and doughnut shops.

Articles by Kate Talerico (73)

Science & Research

Research Spotlight: March 10, 2016

March 10, 2016 0 comments

Researchers who study cancer and autoimmune disorders may benefit from a team of Brown scientists who found a way to track cell movements within the body.

Adnan Adrian Wood-Smith spent 10 months living in Damascus but left his graduate program early as conflict heightened in the region.

Metro, University News

A country in ruins, an education disrupted by war

March 9, 2016 0 comments

Tarek was pulling up to his apartment building when he heard the missiles.

Alums’ reactions to campus activism divided

University News

Alums’ reactions to campus activism divided

March 9, 2016 0 comments

Amidst recent activism, alums have looked on at a University very different than the one they knew when they walked through the Van Wickle Gates.

For local Syrians, home difficult to recognize

Metro

For local Syrians, home difficult to recognize

March 1, 2016 0 comments
This article is part of the series Syrians in Providence

A crowd of anti-regime protesters started to gather around the Sunni Al-Fawaz Mosque in Al-Raqqah, Syria.

Students, community members protest anti-refugee efforts

Metro, University News

Students, community members protest anti-refugee efforts

February 24, 2016 0 comments
This article is part of the series Syrians in Providence

Students and community members gathered at the State House Monday to protest the non-profit organization Americans for Peace and Tolerance.

University News

Judge rules Title IX lawsuit against Brown to proceed

February 24, 2016 0 comments

The University will review a lawsuit filed against it in April after a judge ruled Monday to allow the case to proceed.

South Providence residents protest Mayor Jorge Elorza’s proposed plan to renovate homes across the city. They fear the initiative will lead to ballooning housing prices, displacing longtime residents.

Metro

Local residents protest housing project

February 12, 2016 0 comments

On Thursday, homeowners from South Providence and Brown students gathered in front of the mayor’s office in City Hall to protest the EveryHome initiative.

Samuel Mencoff  ‘78, chancellor-elect, Theresia Gouw ’90, treasurer-elect, and Alison Ressler ’80, vice chancellor-elect, were elected to new leadership positions on the Corporation Saturday.

University News

Corporation authorizes 4.1 percent tuition hike

February 8, 2016 0 comments

The University has already raised over $1 billion of the $3 billion it hopes to secure in the BrownTogether capital campaign.

Student protesters gathered outside a lecture organized by the Brown/RISD Hillel featuring a chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel, Natan Sharansky, as well as actor Michael Douglas.

University News

Students protest Hillel-sponsored lecture

January 29, 2016 0 comments

Thursday night’s “Jewish Journeys” lecture in Salomon 101 took place amid a protest led by Students for Justice in Palestine.

Metro

Spotlight on the Statehouse: Jan. 27, 2016

January 27, 2016 0 comments

Building up Rhode IslandGov. Gina Raimondo has approved over $9 million in tax credits and grants to incentivize construction in Rhode Island.

Multimedia by Kate Talerico (43)