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)

University News

Students aid Title IX officer search

January 30, 2015 1 comment

The University has received around 100 applications since Aug. 29, and a selection committee will appoint an officer by the end of the spring semester.

University News

IPTV offers more accessibility, channels

January 26, 2015 0 comments

Students returning to campus for this semester can find a revamped Internet Protocol Television service equipped with a variety of new features.

U. implements sexual assault proposals

University News

U. implements sexual assault proposals

January 23, 2015 18 comments

The new measures mandate that the appeals process last less than 30 days and that all community members undergo regular sexual assault training.

State gears up for flu vaccine week

University News

State gears up for flu vaccine week

December 2, 2014 0 comments

Fevers, runny noses, body aches, coughing classmates — these are all signs of the flu season descending on the country.

Majority of undergrads oppose reserving spots for athletes

University News

Majority of undergrads oppose reserving spots for athletes

November 17, 2014 28 comments

Varsity athletes disagree with the majority of other students on the University’s policy to reserve admission slots for recruited athletes.

This year, fewer voters and a shorter ballot are expected to mitigate the long lines that plagued 2012 elections. These long lines cause delays and  dissuade some people from voting, said Steven Brown, executive director of the Rhode Island American Civil Liberties Union.

Metro

Voting expected to run smoothly in midterm election

November 4, 2014 0 comments

Before most Rhode Islanders reach for their morning coffee today, poll workers across the state will have begun feeding ballots into voting machines.

Certain immune cells, previously thought to function in a slower defense mechanism, may also play a role in rapidly fighting new pathogens.

Science & Research

Two-fold attack: Cells play multiple roles in immunity

October 29, 2014 0 comments

The immune system may be more versatile than scientists once thought, according to a new study by Brown researchers.

University News

Number of Brown grads entering TFA drops sharply

October 24, 2014 2 comments

Brown dropped this year from 10th to 18th place in Teach for America’s top contributing medium-sized college and university rankings.

Science & Research

BIBS fundraising propels faculty hiring forward

October 15, 2014 4 comments

The Brown Institute for Brain Sciences has surpassed the halfway mark of its $50 million fundraising goal outlined in 2012.

Every 10 years, Rhode Island voters must decide whether to hold a constitutional convention. The last convention was approved in 1984 and held in 1986. The question appears again on next month’s ballot.

Metro

Constitutional convention sparks debate about govt. reform

October 14, 2014 1 comment

As the November election date draws closer, the debate has heated up over ballot Question 3, which asks voters about holding a constitutional convention.

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