Each nominee brings something new to the world of animation.
Ashley GuoSenior Staff Writer
Ashley Guo is an arts & culture writer and layout designer. She previously covered city and state politics as a Metro section editor. In her free time, Ashley enjoys listening to music, swimming, and reading!
‘Top Gun: Maverick’ is nostalgic and action-packed, but probably won’t win Best Picture.
Author and poet Ocean Vuong shares insight as part of Greg and Julie Flynn Cogut Institute Speaker Series.
Professors and staff get creative, displaying their art to the community in the “After Hours Annual Staff Exhibition.”
Puss, aimless and forced into retirement, embarks on a fantastical journey to find the Wishing Star.
Tomorrow, Rhode Island residents will head to the polls. Along with a gubernatorial election, a tightly-contested U.S. House race and contests for local and state representatives, voters will decide on three state bond referenda. Meanwhile, development remains ongoing downtown: The Providence ...
This Thursday, around 15 people stood outside Page-Robinson Hall, holding signs that read “Modernize Medical Training” and “Brown: Stop Killing Animals.” The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, a nonprofit health organization with more than 17,000 doctor members, organized the ...
‘Her pedagogy is unrivaled’: Poet Diana Khoi Nguyen relishes giving young writers what she never hadBy Ashley Guo | October 5
Poet and multimedia artist Diana Khoi Nguyen, the inaugural Asian American artist-in-residence in the Department of American Studies last semester, didn’t always know how to write about her experiences as a Vietnamese American.
While discussions surrounding gender pronouns have circled around campus since Felicia Salinas-Moniz MA’06 PhD’13, director of the Sarah Doyle Center for Women and Gender, began at the University almost 10 years ago, they have grown more and more common in the past five years, she wrote in an ...
This isn’t Brett Smiley’s first campaign for mayor — after running in 2014 and ultimately withdrawing to support the current mayor Jorge Elorza, Smiley didn’t run for office again for several years and instead went to work in city and state government, he told The Herald.