Clare is an opinions editor from New York City. She is concentrating public policy and environmental studies and loves writing about politics and culture. Clare has interned for Hillary for America, the Rhode Island Alliance for Healthy Homes, and T-REX Group. When not at the Herald, she can usually be found playing ultimate frisbee, making puns, or running up and down Providence’s many hills.

Articles by Clare Steinman (32)

Columns, Opinions

Steinman ’19: Tag yourself

February 3, 2017 Comments are Disabled

Misery loves company.


Steinman ’19: Finding a way forward

November 28, 2016 1 comment

In the hours before dawn Nov. 9, I walked to where I could see the Providence skyline and looked out at a country I wasn’t sure I recognized.


Steinman ’19: The Internet democratizes college admissions

November 3, 2016 Comments are Disabled

A recent article in the Atlantic delves into the messy world of online college applications, focusing on the dramatic growth of the Common Application.


Steinman ’19: To Brown Republicans: too little, too late

October 20, 2016 1 comment

I read yesterday’s op-ed (“Rose ’19, Tarke ’18: Brown Republicans do not endorse Donald Trump,” Oct. 19) with high hopes.


Steinman ’19: A case for hours on syllabi

October 7, 2016 1 comment

Two recent articles in The Herald have taken note of a new requirement for this year’s syllabi.

Steinman ’19: The vicious cycle of college rankings

September 22, 2016 Comments are Disabled

The U.S. News and World Report College Rankings were released earlier this week, and with them came the associated stress and uproar.


Steinman ’19: Unpacking unplugging

September 9, 2016 Comments are Disabled

Some words of encouragement for those first-week jitters: If you’re reading this article, you’re already one of the most educated people ever to exist.


Steinman ’19: DPLL courses enhance open curriculum

April 22, 2016 9 comments

I urge the administration to consider a change that would ensure that every student graduates with a broadened perspective of the world.


Steinman ’19: Making America vote again

April 6, 2016 6 comments

The United States is often said to have pioneered the modern republic, in which citizens hold the coveted right to voice their political opinions.


Steinman ’19: How to get away with telling your own story

March 16, 2016 Comments are Disabled

It’s been over two weeks since Viola Davis spoke at Brown and I’ve yet to stop thinking about her opening line and message about the power of storytelling.