Rebecca Ellis

Rebecca Ellis

arts & culture editor

Rebecca Ellis is a senior staff writer for the arts and culture section. She is a sophomore from New York City, where she once saw Louis CK eating a sandwich. When not speaking in third person, she enjoys eating late night falafel, learning to code, and changing her major.

Articles by Rebecca Ellis (23)

Arts & Culture

Star-studded production to film in Rhode Island

March 22, 2016 0 comments

Robert Redford, Jason Segel and Rooney Mara will be coming soon to a location near you. Literally.

Arts & Culture

‘The Beggar’s Opera’ to provide ‘hip’ take on British classic

March 17, 2016 0 comments

This weekend, Brown Opera Productions will put on an opera written before the Declaration of Independence.

Father-son poetry collaboration to be published

Arts & Culture

Father-son poetry collaboration to be published

March 8, 2016 0 comments

Ben Ostrowski ’17 is a psychology concentrator and likely the only student at the University who turned an email exchange with his dad into a book.

“Artists and Scientists as Partners” blends elements of theater, neuroscience and pubic health into a class that encourages multiple perspectives.

Arts & Culture

Parkinson’s patients, students, dancers come together for performance

March 4, 2016 0 comments

Three very different populations will take the stage in the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts Saturday.

Cable Car Cinema will show 15 highly acclaimed French films as part of the week-long Providence French Festival. The Modern Culture and Media and French departments worked alongside Cable Car’s owner to select films.

Arts & Culture

Cable Car Cinema to show selection of French films

February 25, 2016 0 comments

Starting today, Providence’s Francophiles and cinephiles can unite at the Cable Car Cinema, where the Providence French Festival will run through March 3.

Birger  ‘90 analyzed lopsided metropolitan dating pools and the skewed gender composition of college student bodies as they impact heterosexual female dating options in a talk for his book “Date-onomics” Feb. 9.

Arts & Culture

Birger ’90 returns to University for book talk on limited dating market for women

February 11, 2016 0 comments

Jon Birger ’90 returned to campus Tuesday afternoon to discuss his newest book “Date-onomics: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game.

‘Hope’ highlights local education disparities

Arts & Culture

‘Hope’ highlights local education disparities

February 2, 2016 0 comments

Only five blocks up from the Thayer Street CVS, Blue State and a bevy of first-year dormitories lies Hope High School.

Molly Guy’s ’99 vintage gowns hang in her downtown boutique, which caters to New Yorkers looking for untraditional wedding dresses.

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Alum’s Stone Fox Bride offers fresh take on bridal experience

January 28, 2016 0 comments

Molly Guy ’99 is making weddings cool. In 2011, Guy founded Stone Fox Bride, a bridal boutique that has become the go-to spot for betrothed millennials.

The Triple Helix magazine sheds light on pertinent problems in scientific research with applications to the Brown community.

Arts & Culture

The Triple Helix publishes palatable science material

November 18, 2015 0 comments

The Triple Helix seeks to put the science occurring around students every day into context.

As part of the “Great Brown Nonfiction Writer’s Lecture Series,” Rachel Aviv ‘04 spoke at Brown/RISD Hillel Wednesday evening. Aviv has had her work featured in “The Best American Science Writing 2012.”

University News

New Yorker writer shares industry insights

November 5, 2015 0 comments

Marginalized people such as the homeless, child evangelists and sex offenders have interesting stories to tell, said New Yorker writer Rachel Aviv ’04.

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