Madison currently serves as a senior editor on the 128th editorial management board at The Herald. She is concentrating in Public Policy and Hispanic Literature and Culture, and enjoys watching Narcos, NCIS and the occasional episode of That Seventies’ Show when NCIS gets too scary. Madison loves fishing and drinking hot chocolate, though she usually doesn't engage in both at the same time. When she’s not at The Herald, Madison is playing club tennis or humbly still struggling with the January 6, 2002 Times Sunday crossword.

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Brown Orchestra strives for perfection on ‘Manhattan Intermezzo’

February 4, 2016 Comments are Disabled

Amidst widespread recognition from the classical music community, the Brown Orchestra released its first professionally recorded CD, “Manhattan Intermezzo.”

Noah Cowan ’19 sports a Brown sweatshirt while posing with host Alex Trebek on the set of “Jeopardy!” Cowan’s episode airs this Friday.

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Contestants for $500: Who is Noah Cowan?

February 4, 2016 Comments are Disabled

Noah Cowan ’19 will go head to head Friday with some of the most eclectic minds in America’s most famous game: “Jeopardy!”

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New Instagram account celebrates local artists

February 2, 2016 Comments are Disabled

With the University’s newly activated @artsatbrown Instagram account, Brown and Providence community members will be able to showcase their work in a shared digital space.

Huxtable tackles identity in lecture

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Huxtable tackles identity in lecture

November 18, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Through varied media including visual arts, photography, poetry and music, Juliana Huxtable explores the boundaries of identity.

RISD first-year Young-Eon Kim , Hiromi Komorita ’17 and Yuko Miyawaki ’19 dress up as spooky geishas for the JCA Haunted House Saturday.

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Haunted house inspired by Japanese history enlivens Halloween

November 4, 2015 Comments are Disabled

This year’s Halloween was filled with fright and amusement as the Brown Japanese Cultural Association hosted its annual haunted house reenactment.

“If a pastry isn’t up to par one day, then we don’t sell it. We want each customer to have the same, great experience every time they walk in here,” said Cara Gibbons, a manager at Seven Stars bakery.

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Seven Stars whips up pastries in unique ways

October 23, 2015 Comments are Disabled

The smell of fresh-baked bread mingled with the aroma of hot coffee lures passersby into Seven Stars Bakery.

Collaged birds, a symbolic animal in many cultures, cover the walls of the David Winton Bell Gallery to uplift the voices of marginalized peoples. The exhibit highlights Native American narratives.

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Exhibit collages literary, artistic elements

October 2, 2015 Comments are Disabled

Tony Fitzpatrick’s birds flock to List Art Center’s David Winton Bell Gallery in his exhibition entitled “The Secret Birds and Other Works.”

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