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Aparna Bansal

Senior Editor

Senior Editor, 2013
Features Editor, 2012
Senior Staff Writer, 2011

Aparna is a member of the class of 2014 concentrating in English and Economics.

Articles by Aparna Bansal (43)

University News

Humanities departments tout practicality

February 24, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Though faculty members said they are not concerned about the level of student interest in the humanities, University data show Brown is not immune to the decades-long nationwide decline in the proportion of bachelor’s degrees granted in the humanities.

University News

CIS staff member dies suddenly

February 23, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Robert Addison, a communications technician at Computing and Information Services, died Monday after falling ill at work. An ambulance transported Addison to Rhode Island Hospital where he passed away, wrote Marisa Quinn, vice president for public affairs and University relations, in an e-mail to The Herald.

University News

Study: Elite firms target ‘elite’ Ivys

February 9, 2011 Comments are Disabled

What does a Brown degree mean in the job market today? According to Lauren Rivera, not much. When competing for high-end positions at law firms, consulting firms and investment banks, Brown graduates fall behind students at the top-four “super-elite” universities, according to Rivera’s recent study in the journal “Research in Social Stratification and Mobility.”

Arts & Culture

Spring stage set for success

February 4, 2011 Comments are Disabled

What do pandas, feminists and gender confusion have in common? They will all be featured as part of Main Stage and Production Workshop’s spring semester line-ups.

University News

Nearly 400 kicked out of poli sci course

February 2, 2011 Comments are Disabled

More than 380 students will have to search for a new course to take this semester, as the Department of Political Science has capped POLS1510: “Great Powers and Empires” to 300 students.

University News

Senior announces mayoral run

January 27, 2011 Comments are Disabled

While his peers were wrapping up their winter breaks and returning to campus, Alex Morse ’11 was kicking off his political career. The urban studies concentrator announced his candidacy for mayor of his hometown, Holyoke, Mass., on Tuesday.

Arts & Culture

Alum ‘shocked’ to win National Book Award

November 29, 2010 Comments are Disabled

Jaimy Gordon MA’72 DA’75 won a National Book Award in fiction for her novel “Lord of Misrule.”

Arts & Culture

Art talk concludes Asian American History Month

November 22, 2010 Comments are Disabled

“Why are humans attracted to all things shiny? It evokes the warmth of sunlight,” said Pook Panyarachun ’10 about the appeal of using bright saffron colors in her sculptures.

Arts & Culture

Worlds and eras collide in MFA program’s ‘Dream’

November 15, 2010 Comments are Disabled

The Brown University/Trinity Rep MFA Program’s production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is “about leaving the safety of what you know, to go into the chaos and the darkness of the unknown.”

University News

Bottled options don’t hold water, says panel

November 8, 2010 Comments are Disabled

“We have to keep the campus hydrated and have appropriate alternatives in place,” said Beyond the Bottle steering committee member Jason Harris ‘10.5 at last Friday’s Water Week panel, “Why No More Bottled Water?”

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