Michael Dubin

Editor-in-Chief and President

Michael Dubin was editor-in-chief of The Herald and the president of its parent company, The Brown Daily Herald, Inc in 2015. He previously served as University News editor and the University Hall beat reporter. A senior from New York City, Michael enjoys watching HBO dramas and eating brunch. No longer on meal plan, he has been known to struggle when deciding among the multitude of options for dinner on Thayer Street.

Articles by Michael Dubin (60)

Dean of the College Katherine Bergeron will leave the University to assume the presidency at Connecticut College, effective Jan. 1.

University News

U. considers naming interim dean of the College

September 17, 2013 0 comments

An announcement about the search for Bergeron’s successor might be made within the next two weeks.

University News

Planning committee concludes work

September 12, 2013 0 comments

Senior administrators said the ad hoc committee’s work was vital to the strategic plan draft.

The class of 2012 took more jobs in education than any other field immediately after graduation, and Teach for America hired more 2012 graduates than any other employer, according to a CareerLAB survey.

University News

Teach for America continues to attract high number of graduates

September 10, 2013 0 comments

One of just 14 schools to send at least 30 graduates to TFA, Brown continues to foster interest in education.

Dean of the College Katherine Bergeron is the latest in a series of administrators to leave since Paxson’s arrival. Herald file photo.

University News

Administrative turnover marks U. transition

September 9, 2013 0 comments

Senior staff is not concerned about loss of experience as the strategic planning process nears completion.

University News

SLA members join labor march

September 3, 2013 0 comments

Activists protested Old Navy’s refusal to sign a Bangladeshi factory safety agreement.

Poll: Undergrads apathetic on Paxson

University News

Poll: Undergrads apathetic on Paxson

April 25, 2013 0 comments
This article is part of the series Spring 2013 Faculty Poll

A higher percent of students than faculty expressed uncertainty.

Crunchbutton halted the delivery of Josiah’s spicies with in December, replacing them with a similar sandwich from Mirano Grill and Pizza.

University News

Startup faces legal threats from U.

April 15, 2013 1 comment

Lacking U. permission to deliver spicies with, Crunchbutton’s CEO was asked to halt the service.


R.I. pot decriminalization takes effect

April 11, 2013 0 comments

The measure, which eliminates criminal penalties for possession, was passed last year.

University News

Q&A with Roberta Jacobson ’82

April 5, 2013 0 comments

Jacobson discusses her time at Brown and her work at the State Department in Western hemisphere affairs.

University News

Assistant Secretary of State talks policy

April 5, 2013 0 comments

Jacobson ’82 discussed her work in Latin America and the direction of the U.S. under John Kerry.

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