Articles by Katharine Groetzinger (9)

Blog presents international student views on language, culture

University News

Blog presents international student views on language, culture

April 20, 2015 1 comment

What started as a learning tool for students working on their English turned into one of the newest publications on campus.

Science & Research

Med. director forms Chronic Disease Care Committee

March 19, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Navigating the transition from living at home to attending a residential college can be especially difficult for students with chronic health conditions.

Claude Arnell Millhouse works with his afterschool students during the second meeting of Intracity Geeks. Millhouse said he plans to teach young students HTML, CSS and Robotc.


Providence tech initiatives inspire middle, high school students

January 29, 2015 Comments are Disabled

This January marks the beginning of two new programs in Providence targeting gender and socioeconomic disparities in the technology sector.

As a residential peer leader, Lauren Galvan ’16 conceived of the idea for BWell Health Promotion Week after polling her residents and observing high stress levels due to classes and college life.

University News

Initiative focuses on mental health on campus

November 21, 2014 Comments are Disabled

As students prepare for finals period, BWell Health Promotion Week is offering workshops, discussions and activities to promote students’ mental health.

Arts & Culture

New literary magazine to feature multimedia

September 19, 2014 Comments are Disabled

Rising from the ashes of now-defunct Issues Magazine, Synecdoche launched this semester as the newest literary arts magazine on campus.

Arts & Culture

In conversation: ‘Poems come to me in the form of a world’

September 19, 2014 Comments are Disabled

Pilar Fraile Amador’s poetry, widely published in her native Spain, uses words to create and explore surreal spheres of personal and political identity.

Food trucks, students and locals all traveled to India Point Park for the fourth annual Rhode Island Seafood Festival

Arts & Culture

R.I. Seafood Festival attracts students, locals

September 9, 2014 Comments are Disabled

The aroma of freshly-caught seafood mingled with the refreshing breeze and the mellow sounds of live bands at the Rhode Island Seafood Festival.

The “City Plaza People,” created by students as a final project for their Anthropology course, exhibit showcases past design plans for Kennedy Plaza.

Arts & Culture

Pedestrian art exhibit walks through city life

January 28, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Final project draws on student research to display Kennedy Plaza in a wider urban context.

University News

Trojan Condoms ranks U. second in sexual health

November 15, 2012 1 comment

Trojan Condoms released their annual Sexual Health Report Card last week, ranking Brown at the number two spot, up from fourth last year and fifth in 2010.