Mia is a sophomore and Arts and Culture editor who hails from Atlanta. When she’s not at the Herald or contemplating what to concentrate in, she enjoys jumping on trampolines, listening to the Nutcracker, and eating jelly beans, though rarely simultaneously. She dreams of one day learning how to embroider.

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Michael McKeown, a professor of medical science, was admired by colleagues for his passion, sense of humor and commitment to the sciences.

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McKeown remembered for scholarly acumen, K-12 STEM advocacy

February 1, 2017 0 comments

After Michael McKeown died Dec. 21, many colleagues reflected on McKeown’s passion for both scholarly pursuits and advocacy that permeated his life’s work.

Financial aid relieves Wintersession costs

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Financial aid relieves Wintersession costs

January 31, 2017 0 comments

The University’s pilot Wintersession program costs $6,278 per class for students, though around 75 percent of students received some sort of financial aid.

Wintersession fosters study of niche topics

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Wintersession fosters study of niche topics

January 25, 2017 0 comments

The University launched its Wintersession pilot this January, allowing students to explore one niche subject in the span of three to five weeks.

The owner of popular Den Den Café Asiana and Kung Fu Tea, inspired by the success of a temporary menu featuring Korean fried chicken, will add a new eatery to the Thayer dining corridor in January 2017.

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Den Den brings Korean street food to Angell

November 16, 2016 0 comments

Den Den Hospitality Group, the company that owns Den Den Café Asiana and Kung Fu Tea, will open a new restaurant, Korean Fried Chicken, in January 2017.

The Brown Lecture Board has brought influential public figures to campus before, such as George Takei, Viola Davis, Jane Goodall and Bill Nye.

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Lecture Board aims to bring diverse speakers

November 11, 2016 0 comments

While the lottery to attend Gina Rodriguez’s lecture opened just yesterday, the Brown Lecture Board has already begun preparations for next semester.

Minority Peer Counselor workshop moderators Salina Tesfay ’19, Maryam Ahmad ’19, Julie Pham ’19, Shanzé Tahir ’19 and Terrell Palmer ’19 lead a workshop titled “Ain’t I A Womxn? Women, Redefined: An MPC Workshop on Sexism.”

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MPC workshop ‘Ain’t I a Womxn’ covers intersectional sexism

October 25, 2016 0 comments

Minority Peer Counselors held their first workshop on sexism this semester titled “Ain’t I A Womxn? Women, Redefined” in Petteruti Lounge Monday night.

At the first annual Law and Order Party Awards, the Dorrys, various Brown-affiliated productions were nominated for seven awards, winning three.

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Brown theater productions win big at the Dorrys

October 20, 2016 0 comments

The first annual Law and Order Party Awards, the Dorrys, were held Sept. 27 at Aurora Providence.

Japanese poet Gozo Yoshimasu showcased his unconventional works through an improvisational performance. His collection of poetry, “Alice Iris Red Horse,” was edited by Forrest Gander, professor of literary arts.

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Gozo Yoshimasu performs personal, unique poetry

September 28, 2016 0 comments

Renowned Japanese poet Gozo Yoshimasu visited Brown Sept. 22 to perform a reading as part of the Writers on Writing Reading Series.

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