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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

Planning committees solicit campus feedback

April 22, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Committees will present their proposals to the Corporation in the fall after considering costs.

University News

Theories in Action gains popularity

April 16, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Seniors representing an array of disciplines joined the panel to showcase their capstone projects.

The student group WORD! held a poetry slam for Brown and RISD students to select the five competitors who would compete at the annual College Unions Poetry Slam in New York City held last week.

Arts & Culture

Poets perform creations, earning sixth place in nation

April 8, 2013 1 comment

Two members of Brown’s team earned perfect scores in a national poetry slam invitational semifinal round.

This interactive visualization displays the data for concentrations completed at Brown from 1984 to 2012, obtained by The Herald from the Office of Institutional Research.

The visualization starts in the “line” mode, which plots each concentration with a solid line.

The “area” mode stacks the data, allowing you to see more clearly trends involving related concentrations. 

The thickness of a colored band in a given year is proportional to the number of degrees completed in the concentration that year.  

In both modes, click on the name of a concentration once to see the data for that concentration alone. Click on it a second time to see all the data. If you hover over the concentration name, its line will remain highlighted. 

Click on checkmarks for multiple concentrations to see those concentrations together.

(Interactive graphic by Herald Data Science Contributor Marvin Arroz and Data Science Editor Andersen Chen.)

Data Science, Interactive Graphic, University News

Top 10 concentrations claim over half of students

April 5, 2013 3 comments
This article is part of the series Concentration Trends

Economics, biological sciences and international relations lead most popular fields.

University News

Online engineering course emphasizes interactive learning

March 8, 2013 2 comments

‘Exploring Engineering’ is the first online pre-college course the U. will offer for free.

University News

Every Body Week promotes health, self-esteem

February 26, 2013 1 comment

Brown Health Education and student groups are teaming up for events that promote body awareness.

Run out of the Curricular Resource Center, independent study programs aim to give students the chance to expand the scope of their learning.

University News

Students examine independent study options

February 14, 2013 1 comment

Many independent study programs remain popular academic options for students.

University News

Committee prioritizes developing, incentivizing online courses

January 28, 2013 Comments are Disabled
This article is part of the series Planning in Progress

Discussion topics include faculty compensation and intellectual property.

University News

Faculty to vote on greater URC representation

December 3, 2012 Comments are Disabled

The faculty will vote Tuesday on a proposal that, if approved, will create a new faculty position on the University Resources Committee – a change that would come only months after the number of undergraduate student positions on the committee was doubled.


Alum named Miss West Virginia, heads to nationals

November 25, 2012 Comments are Disabled

In the midst of chaos – 27 women hurriedly throwing on dresses, applying makeup and styling hair to perfection – Chelsea Welch ’12 sat calmly off to the side, collecting her thoughts.