Articles by Isabelle Thenor-Louis (14)

Provost Richard Locke P’17, President Christina Paxson P’19 and former President of the Naval War College Ted Carter Jr. agreed on the partnership.

University News

Naval War College partnership grows

October 6, 2015 Comments are Disabled

The University and the U.S. Naval War College have continued to strengthen their partnership established last June.

Maggie Tennis ’14.5 and Todd Harris ’14.5 were chosen as this year’s mid-year completion speakers after delivering speeches before a committee.

University News

Mid-year completion speakers selected

November 21, 2014 7 comments

After advancing through a competitive selection process, Todd Harris ’14.5 and Maggie Tennis ’14.5 were chosen as this year’s mid-year completion speakers.

Hummus makes a healthy snack, and it comprises ingredients that can be easily found at any dining hall, such as lemon juice and olive oil. Salted Slate’s recipe for the spread is fairly simple for those off meal plan.

Arts & Culture

At the table with Ben Lloyd

October 17, 2014 Comments are Disabled

Chef and owner of one of Wayland Square’s Salted Slate Ben Lloyd works 95-hour weeks, alongside a dedicated staff, to bring food dreams to life.

Science & Research

Law to reduce concussions lacks impact

September 10, 2014 Comments are Disabled

In recent years, sports-related concussions — especially in young athletes involved in high-impact sports — have become a topic of discussion and concern.

Arts & Culture

For ‘Grito,’ costumes fit actors and atmosphere

April 4, 2014 1 comment

Jo’Nella Ellerbe ’15 found it difficult to move as if she was wearing her character’s bridal gown when she first began practicing “El Grito Del Bronx.”

Azie Mira Dungey previously worked as a historical interpreter in an interactive exhibit at George Washington’s Mount Vernon estate before launching a web series tackling modern understandings of slavery.

Arts & Culture

Satirical ‘Ask a Slave’ tackles modern knowledge of slavery

March 14, 2014 Comments are Disabled

A graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Azie Mira Dungey spent several years working as a historical interpreter at George Washington’s Mount Vernon.

Arts & Culture

‘Recess’ publishes student work in creative nonfiction

December 2, 2013 2 comments

Marc Briz ’14 launched the online journal that aims to explore nonfiction through digital exhibition.

Arts & Culture

Screening marks coup’s anniversary

October 4, 2013 Comments are Disabled

History has shown propaganda to be a powerful force — for one country, it even helped to bring down a dictator. This power was explored in a screening of the film “NO” at Avon Cinema Thursday night, in honor of this year’s 40th anniversary of the military coup that took […]

The library’s reading room has been divided into sections since the 1930s. The new floor plan will open up the space to have a general reading area.


After renovation, John Hay collections to be more accessible

September 13, 2013 Comments are Disabled

The John Hay Library includes 200 named collections and houses more than 3 million items.

Arts & Culture

Orchestra to launch Ireland tour

March 22, 2013 Comments are Disabled

The Brown University Orchestra will visit Dublin, Limerick and Wexford over break.