Molly was a senior editor on The Herald's 125th Editorial Board in 2015. Prior to this position, she was a metro editor and a senior staff writer with the academics and advising beat. Molly ​hails from Coral Springs, Florida and plans to get an ScB in Psychology. Outside of The Herald, she can be found eating Blue Room cookies, counting down the days until the next Kickball game, Googling up a storm or watching the Real Housewives.

Articles by Molly Schulson (44)

University News

First-gens lack increased support as numbers rise

April 23, 2014 Comments are Disabled

A record 18 percent of students accepted into the class of 2018 will be the first in their families to attend college.

During lab for CHEM 0330: “Equilibrium, Rate and Structure,” Kelsey Sandquist ’17, Ashley Urrutia ’17 and Elizabeth Lopez ’17 prepare for experiments that may include material not covered extensively in lecture.

Science & Research

Students concerned about labs’ irrelevance, lack of credit

April 9, 2014 14 comments

As students gear up to register for next semester, many must take into consideration the additional and often unrecognized commitment lab courses require.


R.I. public schools test NECAP replacement

April 3, 2014 Comments are Disabled

About 7,000 Rhode Island students have participated in the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers.

Many students attribute the recent enrollment surge in CLPS 0700: “Social Psychology” to the engaging lectures of Fiery Cushman, assistant professor of cognitive, linguistic and psychological sciences.

Science & Research

Social psych prof. to leave as course popularity surges

March 17, 2014 74 comments

Three hundred sixty-six students pack into Salomon 101 two days a week to hear who Marcy Huang ’16 calls “the most engaging lecturer” she’s ever had.

Facing anxiety at the laidback Ivy


Facing anxiety at the laidback Ivy

March 14, 2014 4 comments

“I just want you to know that if I die right now, I love you.”

University News

Dean of the College search continues

March 11, 2014 1 comment

The dean of the College search committee completed its first phase of interviews with nine applicants out of a pool of 53.

Science & Research

Studies show ethnic pride linked to success in youth

February 10, 2014 1 comment

Researchers combed through the abstracts of over 6,000 studies to analyze youth ethnic-racial affect in a meta-analysis published Feb. 3.

University News

Initiative expands undergrad mentorship

February 3, 2014 Comments are Disabled

The New Scientist Program is training 25 mentors for the Graduate-Undergraduate Mentoring Initiative this semester.


Health care enrollment on track to meet federal targets

January 23, 2014 Comments are Disabled

Following the deadline for health care coverage registration, about 32,000 Rhode Islanders have signed up for health insurance using the R.I. marketplace.

Science & Research

Study examines rainforest after El Nino

November 19, 2013 Comments are Disabled

The data on effects of unusual weather patterns could aid understanding of global warming.