Taiko performers from across the world assembled Saturday to present a community concert, “In Return,” at the Lindemann Performing Arts Center.
Campbell LoiSenior Staff Writer
Campbell Loi, a senior staff writer and copy editor for The Herald, is a junior from Syracuse, NY studying Public Health and International and Public Affairs. Outside of academics, she loves all things music and enjoys performing, arranging, and constantly listening to songs in her free time.
The Brown Chinese Students Association hosted its annual Lunar New Year banquet Friday, Feb. 9 in Alumnae Hall.
Recent visitors to the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts may have noticed a broad variety of new artwork in the Atrium Gallery. While visual arts displays are certainly not uncommon in the building, the “After Hours'' exhibition is unique: all pieces on display were created by University staff. ...
The late ’90s and early 2000s were a golden age for teen comedy. The era brought countless classics like “10 Things I Hate About You,” “Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen” and “Clueless” to the big screens which then became staples at sleepovers for years to come.
Among the five student-made films produced by Brown Motion Pictures this semester was “Visitation,” written by Finn Blomquist Eggerling ’23.5 and directed by Tatiana Mandis ’23.
Oral history project documents the experiences of Black healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
‘Diving into their own worlds’: Visual art department showcases unique variety of senior thesis exhibitionsBy Campbell Loi | March 13
Seniors concentrating in Visual Art have begun showcasing their thesis projects.
Since Tiny Habits’ first cover video was posted on TikTok in February 2021, the group has quickly gained online traction.