Madison currently serves as co-editor for the Arts & Culture beat at the Herald. She is concentrating in Hispanic Studies and Public Policy, and enjoys watching NCIS (along with the occasional episode of That Seventies’ Show when NCIS gets too scary). Madison loves fishing and drinking hot chocolate, though usually not at the same time. When she’s not at The Herald, Madison is playing club tennis or still struggling with the January 6, 2002 Times Sunday crossword.

Articles by Madison Rivlin (37)

Growlers Wing Bar spices up Thayer’s food scene with an assorted menu of American and Latin dishes, highlighting wings and homemade sauces.

Arts & Culture

Growlers, newest installment off Thayer, heats up the palate

April 21, 2016 0 comments

Growlers Wing Bar, the newest addition to the amalgam that is the Thayer food scene, opened April 4 above English Cellar Alehouse on Angell Street.

Young Hummus, a five-member band that consists entirely of sophomores and was formed in March 2015, will play at Aurora Sunday.

Arts & Culture

Young Hummus spreads ‘creamy jams’ across campus

April 14, 2016 0 comments

Persevering on its quest to spread “nutritious, thick and creamy jams across Providence,” student band Young Hummus will play downtown Sunday.

Arts & Culture

Latino Gala to celebrate Latinx identities, cultures

April 7, 2016 0 comments

The Latino Heritage Series will host the annual Latino Gala through the Brown Center for Students of Color Friday in Sayles Hall.

Splatter-painted pink marzipan almond and delectable nutty pistachio flavors lure macaroon lovers to Ellie’s Bakery in Providence.

Arts & Culture

Ellie’s Bakery welcomes spring to Providence

March 24, 2016 0 comments

Tucked away in a bread box-sized storefront just off College Hill, Ellie’s Bakery, a Parisian-inspired bake shop, is commemorating the arrival of spring.

Fall down the rabbit hole at Wonderland-themed Gala

Arts & Culture

Fall down the rabbit hole at Wonderland-themed Gala

March 17, 2016 0 comments

Motifs of Lewis Carroll’s famous Cheshire Cat, Mad Hatter, Tweedledee and Tweedledum will evoke childhood memories of the Disney film adaptation.

Fifty-nine percent of the Brown University Security Patrolpersons’ Association members voted on the state of DPS leadership. Of those voting, 87.5 percent voted “no confidence.”

University News

Brown fires DPS officer for misconduct

March 9, 2016 0 comments

The DPS officer accused of assaulting a visiting Dartmouth student participating in the Latinx Ivy League Conference in November has been fired.

BuDS cooking workshop aids students off meal plan

Arts & Culture

BuDS cooking workshop aids students off meal plan

March 8, 2016 0 comments

In front of the students lay 12 promising piles of flour on a cooking work table.

Ericsson tackles ‘beast’ at organ recital

Arts & Culture

Ericsson tackles ‘beast’ at organ recital

March 1, 2016 0 comments

The University welcomed Hans-Ola Ericsson, world-renowned organist, to perform as the featured artist in the annual Lownes Memorial Organ Recital Friday.

Arts & Culture

Students curate stamp collection exhibit

February 18, 2016 0 comments

Students from the fall 2015 American Studies course “AMST 1510: Museum Collecting and Collections” demonstrated their philatelic expertise.

Natasha Nguyen ‘15 MD‘19 and Associate Professor of Ecology Daniel Weinreich rehearsed their swing piece in preparation for the “Dancing With the Professors” competition to be held Friday at 7 p.m in Alumnae Hall.

Arts & Culture

Students, professors to showcase dance skills

February 11, 2016 0 comments

Students and professors alike will dance their way into the “Dancing With the Professors” ballroom dance competition Friday at 7 p.m. in Alumnae Hall.

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