Articles by Emmajean Holley (65)

A gallery at The Anchor, a warehouse in downtown Providence, housed the finished products from the artists’ 24-hour competition.

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Artists react to materialism in 24-hour art competition

November 11, 2013 1 comment

The curated and ‘organic’ exhibit featured projects using a range of different mediums.

“The Tomato and Basil,” one of several vegetarian options on UMelt’s menu, transforms the traditional combination of tomato, mozzarella and basil pesto into a grilled cheese sandwich on a crispy baguette.

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UMelt redefines grilled cheese

October 22, 2013 Comments are Disabled
This article is part of the series Restaurant Week, Fall 2013

The gourmet sandwiches, made with fresh and local ingredients, offer an affordable comfort food.

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‘Vibrator Play’ presents uncensored peek into female sexuality

October 18, 2013 Comments are Disabled

The play, written by an alum and directed by a senior, examines Victorian conventions.

“Brain Pickings” blogger Maria Popova, who spoke at the Creative Minds lecture, said her writing is informed by the theory of “combinatorial creativity” which involves synthesizing concepts into a new idea.

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Lectures aim to promote creativity

October 11, 2013 Comments are Disabled

‘Creative Mind’ speakers included Michael Stewart, Julian Jimarez Howard ’11 and Maria Popova.

The Nudity in the Upspace events grabbed the attention of various news organizations, including CBS, the Huffington Post and Fox News.

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Workshop series strips down body stigmas

October 7, 2013 2 comments

Nudity in the Upspace explored the intersections of nudity with race, class, sexuality and gender.

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Noise rock defies musical convention

October 4, 2013 1 comment

Fort Thunder in Olyneyville was the incubator for the musical style’s upbringing.

Legendary photographer Shore zooms in on Brown

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Legendary photographer Shore zooms in on Brown

September 27, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Shore strives to portray ‘the potential of paying attention to the ordinary’ in his photography.

Fall Concert canceled, funds go to Spring Weekend

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Fall Concert canceled, funds go to Spring Weekend

September 20, 2013 Comments are Disabled

BCA plans to honor the U’s 250th anniversary by devoting more funds to Spring Weekend this year.

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Fall theater to capture human struggles

September 13, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Plays exploring social interactions and identity will be performed through the fall semester.

Students can attend performances at local venues such as the Dunkin Donuts Center, rather than traveling to Boston for concerts.

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Local performances offer students music variety

September 6, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Musical acts from Ke$ha to Deer Tick will perform in Boston and Providence venues this semester.

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