Articles by Eunice Kim (7)

University News

U. one of two Ivies not to sign ‘Say Yes’ higher education compact

October 11, 2013 2 comments

Brown has not signed the compact, which is intented to help students secure financial aid.

Arts & Culture

Concert showcases electronic forms of musical expression

March 15, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Akiko Hatakeyama’s compositions convey past reflections and momentary inspirations of thought.

Higher Ed, Metro, University News

Experts discuss solutions to R.I. homelessness

April 25, 2012 Comments are Disabled

Experts from a variety of fields came together yesterday to discuss solutions to the problem of homelessness in Rhode Island. University faculty, policymakers, community advocates and homelessness service providers participated in the event – a “Roundtable Luncheon on Research, Housing Policy and Homelessness in Rhode Island” – held at the Faculty Club.

Arts & Culture

Chinese film festival offers female perspective

March 19, 2012 Comments are Disabled

  As part of Brown’s Year of China, the film festival “Chinese Women’s Documentaries in the Market Era,” held this past weekend, projected female directors’ views of contemporary Chinese culture, politics and economic development.

Arts & Culture

Trinity performance probes meaning of family loss

March 12, 2012 Comments are Disabled

Moving on from loss can be difficult for anyone. Admitting the loss can be even more trying. “The Mourners’ Bench” by George Brant, running at Trinity Repertory Company through May 24, illustrates this painful facet of the human experience through three stories linked to one another by a house that represents their loss.

University News

Experts speculate on Korea’s future

March 6, 2012 Comments are Disabled

Experts in North Korean affairs spoke about the Korean Peninsula’s future in the aftermath of Kim Jong-il’s death during a well-attended forum held in MacMillan 117 Sunday afternoon. 

University News

Med School prof arrested for coin theft

February 17, 2012 1 comment

Professor of Orthopaedics Arnold-Peter Weiss was arrested in New York City last month for allegedly possessing an ancient coin stolen from Italy. The coin remains the property of the Italian government, according to Italian law.