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Topic: profile

Anthony Bogues endeavors to advance racial and economic justice inside and outside the University.

News, University News

Anthony Bogues on academia, activism, advancing justice

November 19, 2019 Comments are Disabled

Anthony Bogues regards himself as many things: a critical intellectual, scholar, writer and curator.

Royce Family Professor of Teaching Excellence and Professor of Economics Emily Oster increases the accessibility of her data-driven advice on pregnancy and parenting through personal experiences.

News, Science & Research

Professor beloved for parenting advice reflects on career

November 8, 2019 Comments are Disabled

During the uniquely anxious months of pregnancy and early years of parenthood, many turn to Professor of Economics Emily Oster’s data-based books.

Anne (left) and Mariusz (right) Masnyk run the Subway on Waterman Street. The couple enjoys working together in the shop, which serves much of the Brown community.

Metro, News

Couple turns Subway into family operation

October 31, 2019 Comments are Disabled

The Subway tucked on Waterman behind the Sciences Library is more than just one of the franchise’s many quick stops. It’s a local, family-run business and an opportunity for its owners, Anne and Mariusz Masnyk, to connect with each other.

Gail McCarthy has a wide fan base among students, who know her for her kindness while swiping their ID cards in dining halls on campus.

News, University News

Beloved cashier reflects on 17 years at University

October 7, 2019 Comments are Disabled

More than Sunday brunches in the Sharpe Refectory or the aroma of muffins in the Blue Room, Brown students love their dining experiences because of Gail McCarthy.

Marin Hinkle ’88 plays the role of Rose Weissman, the mother of Miriam “Midge” Maisel who is played by Rachel Brosnahan.

Arts & Culture

Marin Hinkle ’88 finds courage in season two of ‘Mrs. Maisel’

September 20, 2019 Comments are Disabled

“I’m going to Paris.” Rose Weissman, mother of housewife turned stand-up comedian Miriam “Midge” Maisel, declares her intention to move to the City of Light in the first episode of the second season of Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” 

Rhode Island state representatives discuss East Side, College Hill

Metro, News

Rhode Island state representatives discuss East Side, College Hill

February 15, 2019 Comments are Disabled

State Representative Edith Ajello (D-Providence) and State Senator Gayle Goldin (D-Providence) have both called the East Side home for at least 20 years. The two state legislators — College Hill’s representatives — were re-elected to their respective positions November 2018.

Under Ziya Gokaslan’s P’18 tenure as chief of neurosurgery at the Med School, the department has expanded its number of labs and residency program.

News, Science & Research

Gokaslan P’18 reflects on path to chief of neurosurgery

November 25, 2018 Comments are Disabled

Ziya Gokaslan P’18 can trace his desire to be a doctor back to his childhood. His father was a surgeon, and his older brother is now an oncologist.

“Greedy Gari” is available at the Brown bookstore. It is published in two languages — English and Shona, an indigenous language of Zimbabwe.

Arts & Culture

Alum releases children’s book

October 1, 2018 Comments are Disabled

Improving childhood literacy rates is a daunting task, but recent Brown alum and entrepreneur Gwendolene Mugodi ’18 has already taken steps to address this problem in her first children’s book, “Greedy Gari.”

Dining Services employee reflects on 13 years at University

University News

Dining Services employee reflects on 13 years at University

October 5, 2017 Comments are Disabled

The drip of the coffee machine and grumbles from the kitchen complement the pitch of CNN’s Chris Cuomo.

Former trapeze artist joins U. through RUE program

Arts & Culture

Former trapeze artist joins U. through RUE program

February 15, 2017 Comments are Disabled

At just 27 years old, Akaela “Kaely” Michels-Gualtieri ’20 has volunteered as an Emergency Medical Technician aboard ambulances in various cities.