Maddie Berg

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Articles by Maddie Berg (28)

U. to offer Native studies program

February 7, 2012 Comments are Disabled

As the only Native American faculty member at Brown, Elizabeth Hoover MA’03 PhD’10 hopes to continue her efforts to bring American Indian culture into the University’s consciousness. Hoover held the first annual powwow on campus as a graduate student 10 years ago, and she now plans to help develop a Native studies program that will raise awareness of the culture in the academic sphere.

Arts & Culture

Designers plant SEED of innovation

January 27, 2012 Comments are Disabled

Paris. Milan. New York. Providence? With StyleWeek Providence, setting up runways for the fourth time Jan. 22–28, it may not be long before this college town becomes a fashion destination.

Arts & Culture

At Kartabar, fresh fare in exotic flavors

December 5, 2011 Comments are Disabled

I thought I knew all the restaurants on Thayer Street.


Bears look to build on past years’ success

November 20, 2011 Comments are Disabled

After a frustrating end to an otherwise successful 2010-11 season, the gymnastics team has ambitious, yet plausible, goals for the upcoming year.

At secret bakery, Danishes on the down low

November 13, 2011 Comments are Disabled

While a good portion of the student body was sipping Natty Lights and munching on spicies with, a select group gathered Saturday night at an undisclosed location to graze on considerably more gourmet fare. Personal pizzas with caramelized onions, roasted squash and kale and three-layer Nutella, peanut butter and mocha cheesecake with a pretzel crust were among the tasty offerings. The cozy, dimly lit room, with bottles of wine and glowing candles, created an atmosphere worlds away from the fluorescent lights of Josiah’s.

University News

Campus eateries found selling expired food

October 13, 2011 Comments are Disabled

A Herald investigation, conducted in response to reports of spoiled food at campus eateries, found expired food for sale at Little Jo’s and Campus Market.

University News

Addiction center expands lecture series

October 3, 2011 Comments are Disabled

With cookies, science and a raffle, the popular CAAS Rounds Lecture series is seeking further growth.

University News

In GeoChem, greater density the result of compression at depth

September 26, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Despite admitting a similar number of prospective students as in previous years, the Department of Geological Sciences matriculated 18 graduate students this year, a large increase compared to the average class of 12 students.

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