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Articles by Anish Gonchigar (18)

University News

Essayist John D’Agata shares eclectic writing

April 16, 2010 Comments are Disabled

Essayist John D’Agata read from his latest book, “About a Mountain,” to a crowd of about 60 people in the English department’s McCormack Family Theater Thursday night. D’Agata, a professor of English at the University of Iowa, merges ordinarily separate literary techniques, such as fictional storytelling, reporting and personal anecdotes, together into a book that a Los Angeles Times review described as a “meditation on post-millennial issues.”


University libraries face staff cuts

April 8, 2010 Comments are Disabled

While many students feel like they’ve spent their entire undergraduate careers in a library, for Brown librarians such as Gayle Lynch, a senior library specialist at the John Hay Library, the libraries have been home for half their lives.


Brown students in the blogosphere

March 1, 2010 Comments are Disabled

Last November, Christopher Unseth ‘11.5 made a decision that many Brown students reach at some point — he decided to go off meal plan. Unlike most of his Ratty-weary peers, Unseth decided to document his food forays beyond meal plan. He said his blog was partially inspired by “Ratty Gourmet,” a blog begun last semester by twins Annie Wu ’13 and Connie Wu ’13.


Brown skier looks to bring Olympic gold to Cayman

February 12, 2010 Comments are Disabled

Dow Travers ’12 was competing in a race for the Brown ski team, just days before he headed to Vancouver to compete in the giant slalom — the first athlete to represent the Cayman Islands in the Winter Olympics.

University News

Study: hangovers worse for bourbon than vodka, but both impair equally

February 4, 2010 Comments are Disabled

Bourbon is likely to cause worse hangovers than vodka, though both are equally likely to impair cognitive functions in the morning, according to a new study by Professor of Community Health Damaris Rohsenow.


City schools re-evaluate facilities

November 12, 2009 Comments are Disabled

Providence Public Schools recently finished the first round of community meetings to update their Facilities Master Plan, drawing on comments from parents and community members to craft a set of recommendations to improve the school system’s facilities.


State colleges raise tuition and fees again

October 15, 2009 Comments are Disabled

The Rhode Island Board of Governors for Higher Education voted last week to increase tuition and fees at state public colleges for the 2010-2011 school year.

University News

Public health school closer to realization

September 18, 2009 Comments are Disabled

The University is working to gain accreditation from the Council on Education for Public Health to expand the current master’s in public health program into a Brown School of Public Health.

University News

Researchers find prisons lack addiction treatment

September 13, 2009 Comments are Disabled

Though more than 200,000 heroin addicts are incarcerated every year in the United States, many prisons still lack pharmaceutical treatment for opiate addiction, according to a new study by researchers from Miriam Hospital, Brown University and their cooperative Center for Prisoner Health and Human Rights.

University News

Social scientists use nighttime earth as economic indicators

September 9, 2009 Comments are Disabled

Nighttime satellite images of Earth may provide nuanced measurements of economic growth. According to a new working paper by Professors of Economics J. Vernon Henderson and David Weil and graduate student Adam Storeygard, analyzing changes in an area’s “night lights” could be a new means of measuring gross domestic product.

Multimedia by Anish Gonchigar (1)