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Articles by Roland High (27)

Despite a poor box office showing of “The Sea of Trees,” screenwriter Chris Sparling remains dedicated to his craft, he said.

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R.I. screenwriter discusses shortcomings of latest film

September 8, 2016 0 comments

Chris Sparling, a Rhode Island native, released “The Sea of Trees,” a film with all the trappings of a blockbuster.

Architect Moshe Safdie discusses work, inspiration

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Architect Moshe Safdie discusses work, inspiration

April 27, 2016 0 comments

Moshe Safdie, one of the most prominent architects in the world, gave a lecture on his work in Salomon 101 Monday night.

The final performance of  ‘Carousel’ will be tonight in the Downspace. The show features a number of difficult themes, such as suicide and sexism.

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Musical Forum’s ‘Carousel’ will take you on a ride

April 25, 2016 0 comments

The shrieks of a whistle and the clamor of seaside activity signal the beginning of Musical Forum’s “Carousel,” the celebrated 1945 musical.

Anne Bergeron appointed director of Arts Initiative

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Anne Bergeron appointed director of Arts Initiative

April 19, 2016 0 comments

The gears of the University’s strategic plan, Building on Distinction, are whirring everywhere, and no more so than in the arts departments.

Domingo Morel MA’11 PhD’14 said that Latinos, the second largest racial group in the United States, should have greater political recognition.

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Hispanic, Latino political scholars discuss election

March 16, 2016 0 comments

Watson hosted a discussion Tuesday titled “The 2016 Presidential Election and the Hispanic Vote” on the growing importance of Latinos in U.S. politics.

Dining services undergoes external audit of allergy practices

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Dining services undergoes external audit of allergy practices

March 8, 2016 0 comments

Food Allergy Research and Education conducted a review Feb. 23 and 24 regarding how Brown Dining Services prepares and serves food.

Dozens of companies packed into Sayles Hall for Wednesday’s Spring Career Fair. Students were able to speak with representatives from a wide variety of companies and use a new app to navigate through the hall.

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Career fair aids student job, internship hunt

February 17, 2016 0 comments

Over 40 company booths filled Sayles Hall for the Spring Career Fair Wednesday, as corporate giants from Microsoft to CVS set up shop.

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Former ambassador talks faulty U.S. foreign policy

February 12, 2016 0 comments

Ambassador Chas Freeman Jr., senior fellow at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, gave a talk on U.S. foreign policy Thursday.

The “Dead Animals” exhibit at the David Winton Bell Gallery features taxidermy pieces, including “Systemic Inflammation” by Polly Morgan.

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‘Dead Animals’ showcases taxidermy art

February 4, 2016 0 comments

Unless you’re careful when visiting “Dead Animals,” the newest exhibition in the David Winton Bell Gallery, you might trip over the taxidermied Labradors.

Torey Malatia, CEO of RIPR, explains split with WBEZ

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Torey Malatia, CEO of RIPR, explains split with WBEZ

February 3, 2016 0 comments

Rhode Island Public Radio finds its home within a manila-folder, commonplace office that does not reflect the personality of the station’s newest CEO.

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