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Articles by Emily Wooldridge (32)


Open curriculum influences grad program

February 12, 2014 2 comments

The Open Graduate Programs allow doctoral students in the Graduate School to pursue a master’s degree in a secondary field of their choice.

University News

Israel boycott sparks campus debate

February 10, 2014 240 comments

The American Studies Association’s vote to boycott Israeli higher education institutions has ignited debate on college campuses nationwide in recent months.

Steve Zins GS takes on his new role as the Graduate Student Council president with plans to reach out to administrators, undergraduates and medical students to build a broader sense of community.


New GSC president aims to represent diverse perspectives

February 4, 2014 1 comment

Steve Zins GS assumes council helm after running unopposed in recent election

When life is in pieces, Esther Mills, played by Mia Ellis MFA’12, turns to her sewing machine in Trinity Repertory Company’s “Intimate Apparel.”

Arts & Culture, Photo Gallery

Corsets lace together in social commentary

February 4, 2014 0 comments

Play explores struggle of black women and other minorities in America at turn of the 20th century

University News

Unionization discussion reemerges at grad schools

January 28, 2014 0 comments

NYU vote for re-unionization sparks conversation, follow-up unlikely on College Hill


Late on arrival: Transfers adjust to U. life

December 4, 2013 0 comments

Transfer students seek alternative communities, academic experiences and post-grad opportunities.

Seeking ‘real world’ projects, midyear grads on the rise

University News

Seeking ‘real world’ projects, midyear grads on the rise

December 2, 2013 0 comments

This December’s graduates took time off to pursue endeavors such as internships and community service.

Science & Research

Lecture links biotechnology to capitalism

November 22, 2013 0 comments

The talk by Hallam Stevens is the second in a series engaging science with capitalist concepts.

The Whiskey Republic’s 2011 renovation cleaned up the bar, but students still complain about the crowd.


Fish Co. to WhisCo: Local bar upgrades weeknight thrills

November 17, 2013 3 comments

The Whiskey Republic has moved past the storied debauchery of the Fish Company.

At the lecture, hosted by the Center for Vision Research at the Brown Institute for Brain Science, students discussed Sheila Nirenberg’s research and her devices’ ability to create nearly normal vision in blind mice.

Science & Research

Lecture explores potential cure for blindness through prosthetic devices

October 30, 2013 0 comments

Research could benefit more than 2 million people with advanced stage blindness.

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