Caroline Kelly

Senior editor

Caroline serves as senior editor at The Herald. Prior to that, she was the University News editor and a senior staff writer reporting on the Undergraduate Council of Students. She is a junior from Wellesley, MA. When she is not in the office, Caroline enjoys cooking Cuban food, reading about intersectionality in public policy and looking for new music.

Articles by Caroline Kelly (69)

Dean of the Office of Residential Life Richard Bova spoke to UCS about residence hall renovations and the new Andrews Commons.

University News

UCS discusses new eatery, potential renovations

January 30, 2014 4 comments

The Undergraduate Council of Students discussed the new Andrews Commons eatery and future residence hall renovations at its general body meeting Wednesday.

University News

UCS sets agenda items for spring semester

January 24, 2014 Comments are Disabled

Following its first general body meeting of the semester, the Undergraduate Council of Students is preparing to pursue several projects this spring.

Arts & Culture

BMP to host biannual premiere

December 6, 2013 Comments are Disabled

The featured student films include ‘Marvin,’ ‘Parlor,’ ‘Two Bikers,’ ‘Dream Girl’ and ‘Abimor.’

In the first panel, experts discussed their experiences with federal surveillance programs and the National Security Agency.

University News

In panels, experts examine federal surveillance programs

December 5, 2013 Comments are Disabled

The Joukowsky Forum hosted intelligence experts and prominent reporters to discuss NSA programs.

Sook Kim P’01 and her son, Hyun Kim ’01, co-own Mama Kim’s Korean BBQ. Hyun Kim balances his work with an overseas job for the United Nations.


Foot traffic and culinary culture draw food trucks to Thayer Street

December 2, 2013 1 comment

Truck owners described lives of mobile adventure and connections with student customers.

University News

Ethnic studies merges with American studies dept

November 18, 2013 2 comments

The move is intended to boost resources available to ethnic studies concentrators

City bookstores persist in the face of electronic market


City bookstores persist in the face of electronic market

November 14, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Sellers say the intimacy of local bookstores will remain appealing despite alternatives like e-books.

“The Other Half of Tomorrow” explores issues in Pakistan, including maternal health, women’s education and how to achieve a safer Pakistan.

Arts & Culture

Q&A: Pakistani director unravels creative process

November 5, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Sadia Shepard described her documentary about women striving for female empowerment in Pakistan.

The exhibit, titled, “Making It in America,” includes paintings, furniture and metalwork culled from RISD’s Pendleton House.

Arts & Culture, Photo Gallery

RISD exhibit showcases American history through art

October 25, 2013 Comments are Disabled

‘Making It In America’ features 18th- and 19th-century pieces in a contemporary setting.

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