Rhaime, pronounced rhythm and “rhyme,” is a senior staff writer from Seoul, Hong Kong and the US. She cares about mental health, sexual assault, socioeconomic class and feminism, suiting her well to her focus on campus activism. When she’s not at school, Rhaime can be found somewhere in the world working on her yearlong tan. She loves breaking a sweat and embarking on adventures with open-minded, spontaneous company.

Articles by Rhaime Kim (30)

Geoffrey Stone, professor of law at the University of Chicago, addressed a crowd at the Watson Institute of International and Public Affairs on Friday.

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Freedom of speech talk stirs debate

February 5, 2017 0 comments

Debate is what Geoffrey Stone, professor of law at the University of Chicago, came to the University to encourage, and debate is what he got.

Foreign correspondent talks situation in Syria, Trump’s executive orders

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Foreign correspondent talks situation in Syria, Trump’s executive orders

February 2, 2017 0 comments

In the wake of President Donald Trump’s immigration ban, Reese Erlich spoke at the Watson Institutes about his on-the-ground experience in the Middle East.

New seminar explores first-generation experience

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New seminar explores first-generation experience

January 31, 2017 0 comments

This spring, Professor of Sociology Gregory Elliott is unveiling a new sophomore seminar.

Brown community members join in Women’s March

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Brown community members join in Women’s March

January 29, 2017 0 comments

Members of the Brown community protested at the Women’s March on Washington and at sister rallies in cities around the world Jan. 21 and 22.

Title IX program officer steps down

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Title IX program officer steps down

January 26, 2017 0 comments

Amanda Walsh stepped down Jan. 17 as Title IX program officer to take on a new career in the legal field, wrote President Christina Paxson P’19.

Students double concentrate for breadth

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Students double concentrate for breadth

December 7, 2016 0 comments

As the semester comes to an end and the deadline for sophomores to declare a concentration approaches, many students are considering double concentrating.

New specializations offered for PhD students

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New specializations offered for PhD students

December 6, 2016 0 comments

The Graduate School now offers certificates to doctoral students that will formally recognize expertise developed outside of their disciplines.

Two Brown professors created a device that is groundbreaking in its ability to restore mobility to paralyzed primates. It contributes to research on interfaces that aid people with neurologic, cognitive or affective disorders.

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Device allows paralyzed monkeys to walk

November 21, 2016 0 comments

A team of international scientists, including two Brown professors, has successfully developed a brain-spinal interface that helps paralyzed monkeys.

The paper, co-authored by Victoria Hoffmeister ’17 and Sujay Natson ’16, proposed a carbon tax as one of the best tools to combat climate change.

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Study assesses financing methods for climate change damages

November 15, 2016 0 comments

Researchers at the Climate and Development Lab have published a paper evaluating different financial options to pay for damages caused by climate change.

Renovations to Hirschfeld House will make the building accessible for those with mobility needs. Teaching and office spaces will also be expanded.

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Judaic studies building renamed for Hirschfeld

November 8, 2016 0 comments

Following a $3.5 million pledge by Elie Hirschfeld ’71 P’06 P’16 P’20, the Judaic Studies Building has been renamed Hirschfeld House.