• Monica Chin


    a q&a with sophia gluskin-braun

    March 3, 2016
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    Here’s our conversation with Sophia Gluskin-Braun, the coordinator of Spira, a summer engineering camp for young women. Monica Chin: For people who haven’t heard of Spira, could you give a brief description of the camp and its mission? Sophia Gluskin-Braun: Spira is a free four-week summer camp at Brown for 15-20 young women going into the 10th […]

    happy accidents

    in memory of bob ross

    November 12, 2015
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    The music is slow, low, in a blissful major key. The sky is a lavender that even my cynical eyes concede is pleasant, and the arms of trees embrace a river that lazily meanders its way toward me. The painting pulls me in, convincing every atom in my body, one by one, of the brilliance […]

    you are not alone

    q&a with mental health activist stefanie kaufman

    October 29, 2015
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    By the time Stefanie Kaufman ‘17 graduated from high school, she was already founder and CEO of Project LETS, a non-profit organization supporting students and young adults with mental illness all over the world. Post- sat down with Stefanie to talk about her work as a mental health leader and the current state of mental […]

    an assortment of disney movies

    according to someone who has never seen them

    October 22, 2015
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    Brace yourself: I have never seen a Disney movie. Yes, commence very loud, aghast incredulity. Yes, I am a real human. No, I do not live under a rock. No, I did not have a morose childhood plagued with malady and woe. Don’t worry, I’m very, very used to it. Are you quite finished? Good, […]

    three years later

    narratives of brown’s sexual assault reform

    March 12, 2015
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    Three years ago, she ran into him at a party in the basement of a house: a tall man from her history class with bushy eyebrows, a wry smile, and a biting charisma. His smile was slightly slanted off-center, but amidst the smoke and haze of the room, the cloud of her own inebriation, and […]