Articles by Hannah Loewentheil (25)

University News

Keeping kosher, but not with meal plans

September 27, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Though the University offers two meal plans for students who keep kosher, the plans are on few students’ radars.

Arts & Culture

Festival brings digital artists to Providence

September 25, 2011 Comments are Disabled

The eighth annual Pixilerations Festival opened Sept. 22 at the Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts. The festival — part of a larger celebration hosted by FirstWorks — draws both local and international artists to explore the intersection of art and technology in the digital media age. Pixilerations, which runs through Oct. 2, will feature multimedia and musical performances and film screenings.

University News

U. joins alcohol forum

September 20, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Brown joined a multi-university effort to reduce the amount of binge drinking on college campuses this summer. The Learning Collaborative on High-Risk Drinking — spearheaded by Dartmouth President Jim Yong Kim ’82 — has garnered support from 32 colleges and universities since its May 2 launch.

University News

New fund targets student start-ups

March 23, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Innovative students now have access to a new source of funding, as the University continues to increase its entrepreneurial support.

University News

Librarian eases pain of orgo

March 9, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Lee Pedersen, scholarly resource librarian for physical sciences, holds office hours in the lobbies of MacMillan Hall and the Barus and Holley Building to serve as a resource for chemistry and engineering students. Pedersen said she relocated outside the Sciences Library in April 2005 because she wanted to form connections and interact with the community. Ever since, Pedersen has made herself available for eight hours per week to assist students in research.