The Herald spoke to staff, professors and students about the importance and future of the John Carter Brown Library.
Indigo MudbharySenior Staff Writer
Indigo Mudbhary is a University news senior staff writer covering student government. In her free time, she enjoys running around Providence and finding new routes.
The University completed renovations on several campus spaces — including the Sharpe Refectory, Graduate Center Tower C and the John Carter Brown Library — over the summer.
The positions up for election include two UCS First-Year Representatives, two UFB First-Year Representatives and the full First-Year CCB board.
Though Asian Americans are the fastest-growing racial or ethnic group in the U.S., pop culture representation has often been slow to catch up. But this is changing in the world of popular media: Movies, while not able to capture the full diversity and breadth of experience of Asian Americans, offer ...
In honor of AAPI Heritage Month, here are ten works by Asian American and Pacific Islander writers that shed light on themes of identity, immigration and familial relationships.
The 20th annual Spring Thaw Powwow featured dance performances, food and more.
Dining coordinators announce new University food truck, detail plans for reusable containers at dining hallsBy Indigo Mudbhary | April 12
The Undergraduate Council of Students hosted a town hall with Vice President of Dining George Barboza, Director of Wellness and Nutrition Michelle Blais and Director of Retail Operations Bobby Noyes in the Petteruti Lounge Wednesday evening.
Mina Sarmas ’24, current vice president of the Undergraduate Council of Students, was elected UCS president after receiving a majority of votes, the Student Government Association announced on the steps of the Stephen Robert ’26 Campus Center Wednesday night. Sarah Frank ’25 will serve as UCS ...
Presenters called for at least $15 million in voluntary payments from the University to the city of Providence.