Articles by Caroline Saine (26)

Emma Johnson ’14 plays Theramenes/Artemis and Ty Lowell ’13 is Theseus in "Phaedra," a neoclassical tragedy that addresses themes of illicit love and unrequited passion.

Arts & Culture

Desire and psychological turmoil riddle ‘Phaedra’

March 1, 2013 Comments are Disabled

The production features high fashion, color motifs and a ‘Baroque Noir’ theme.

Actors take to the stage in a one-set, three-man rendition of Dostoevsky’s timeless tale of retribution, ‘Crime and Punishment.’

Arts & Culture

‘Crime and Punishment’ adaptation questions morality, justice

January 28, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Trinity Rep reimagines Dostoevesky’s classic novel in a modern light.


Ebony editor-in-chief and Brown alum finds niche in journalism

December 3, 2012 Comments are Disabled

Shortly after Amy DuBois Barnett ’91 assumed her position as editor-in-chief of the iconic Ebony Magazine in May 2010, she transformed the publication – from the first page to the last.

Arts & Culture

Play hosts blissful wedding of comedy, history

November 16, 2012 Comments are Disabled

“The Golem … or Get These Nazis Out Of My Wedding,” Production Workshop’s new play, revolves around a wedding. Rivka and Mendel are in love and about to be married. They are the perfect young couple, but there is one problem – they are Jews living in late-1930s Prague.

Thriller writers talk fears of the monster next door

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Thriller writers talk fears of the monster next door

November 16, 2012 Comments are Disabled

The work of a thriller writer takes the author into a dark place. “We listen to the voices in our head that tell us to kill,” said Lisa Gardner, one of the six world-renowned authors that spoke to a packed Salomon 101 for the library’s Thriller Writer Panel. “We write it down,” she said.

Science & Research

Science & Research Roundup

November 9, 2012 Comments are Disabled

Attentive parenting can reduce the risk of alcohol use disorder among teenagers and can overcome genetic

University News

TEDx discusses liberal education impact

October 21, 2012 Comments are Disabled

Katherine Chon ’02  has supported human trafficking victims for more than a decade, and her education at Brown gave her the “skills, confidence and courage” to embrace the unknown in her professional career, she said.

Arts & Culture

Modern-day ‘Richard III’ explores the power of charm

October 19, 2012 3 comments

Shakespeare on the Green will turn Metcalf Courtyard into a modern political stage for its performance of “Richard III” this weekend, the first time the theater troupe has performed in this space.

University News

No U. employees give big to Romney campaign

October 12, 2012 3 comments

University employees have donated almost exclusively to President Obama in this election cycle.

University News

Indian minister kicks off initiative

October 1, 2012 Comments are Disabled

In a lecture Friday that served as the official inauguration of the Brown-India Initiative, S.M. Krishna, India’s minister of external affairs, said the nation must create an “external environment” conducive to both collective and individual welfare.