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Articles by Grace Yoon (31)

Ella Bohn ’17 and Kat Hsu ’17, founders of the startup Kat + Ella, sold homemade panna cotta at the Blue Room last Wednesday.

Arts & Culture

Student initiatives expand food appreciation

April 22, 2015 9 comments

As the semester comes to a close, students with culinary interests are beginning to cook up plans for next semester.

Ivy Film Festival screenings, panels zoom in on diversity in media

Arts & Culture

Ivy Film Festival screenings, panels zoom in on diversity in media

April 8, 2015 Comments are Disabled

IFF will host several events this week, including screenplay readings, workshops and screenings, illuminating issues of animation and diversity in media.

Blending choreographed performances with improvisational acts, U-Tena’s members danced, chanted and drummed, occasionally encouraging attendees to join them on stage.

Arts & Culture

Groups take creative approach to exploring health

April 3, 2015 Comments are Disabled

GlobalMed at Brown welcomed a series of artists to share the stage with the audience members in their creative endeavors.

One of Gianni Figliomeni’s P’18 signature desserts is a Charlie Chaplin-inspired chocolate hat. Composed of marshmallows with chocolate coating and coconut sprinkles, the treat resembles Chaplin’s iconic derby hat.

Arts & Culture

Sweet deal at Ratty delights students

March 18, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Brown Dining Services hosted a demonstration of gelato preparation — including a tasting of each flavor — in the Sharpe Refectory Bakeshop.

Students in the Group Independent Study Project, “Music Journalism,” coordinated by Ben Berke ’16, meet in Sayles Hall on a weekly basis, where they share and discuss music criticisms and essays.

Arts & Culture

Students chime in on music-themed GISPs

March 13, 2015 1 comment

Students who pursue their passions for music have adapted their melodic interests to the classroom setting this year.

The Vietnamese Student Association, which organized its first culture show in two years, will celebrate its 25th anniversary Friday.

Arts & Culture

VSA show aims to increase visibility of Vietnam’s culture

March 11, 2015 Comments are Disabled

An array of artists will draw on both fashion and dance to celebrate the country’s history and culture.

University News

This Week in Higher Ed: March 4, 2015

March 4, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Erskine College clarifies anti-gay statement. UNC reacts to mandated closing of poverty center. Proposed sexual assault bill altered.

A familiar diner serves as the setting where quirky waitress Pei Ling Chia ’15 and estranged friends J.D. Laurence-Chasen ’17 and Sam Heft-Luthy ’16, a former Herald senior staff writer, explore friendship and memory.

Arts & Culture

‘Quitters Never Win’ confronts estrangement, personal loss

February 27, 2015 Comments are Disabled

“Quitters Never Win” tells the all-too-familiar story of an awkward reunion post-first-year in college.

Mary Grace Almandrez has served as director of the Brown Center for Students of Color and associate dean of the College since July 2011.

University News

Almandrez urges dialogue on social justice

February 25, 2015 7 comments

Mary Grace Almandrez, director of the Brown Center for Students of Color, has engaged with social justice since her days as an undergraduate.

Arts & Culture

Radical Artists creates space for art as therapy

February 18, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Founded by Queen Nefertiti Shabazz ’17, the student group Radical Artists aims to provide workshops that use art as a tool for therapy.

Multimedia by Grace Yoon (1)