Anna Kramer

Section Editor, The Brown Daily Herald

Location icon United States of America

I am a student studying International Relations at Brown University, hoping to pursue a career in journalism or communications. I am a section editor for the Brown Daily Herald, a content writer for Spoon University, and a former editorial content writer for The Brown Political Review.

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News Clips

Brown Daily Herald
12/06/2017
University investigates men's swim, dive team for hazing

The University launched an investigation into alleged hazing of new members on the men's swimming and diving team Nov. 29, according to Director of News and Editorial Development Brian Clark. Hazing is a violation of University policy and Rhode Island state law, Clark wrote in an email to The Herald.

Brown Daily Herald
10/13/2017
JFK Jr.'s '83 application stolen, Brown says

The University says that the application of John F. Kennedy Jr. '83 - recently posted for sale online - was stolen, and its General Counsel is actively working to secure its return. Online seller Gary Zimet posted the application documents for sale at $85,000 on his website, "Moments in Time," which buys and sells rare and historical documents.

Brown Daily Herald
04/11/2017
Swearer Center grapples with history, identity under new strategic plan

This story is the first in a three-part series about the ongoing evolution of the Swearer Center for Public Service and its philosophy in relation to the Providence community. "I started college in 2008 ... (when) there was a tent city in Providence," said Beth Caldwell '12.

Brown Daily Herald
02/26/2017
Planned UEL demolition invokes criticism

Since the University announced the potential demolition of the Urban Environmental Lab to make room for a new performing arts center at the Corporation meeting in February, students and faculty have been pushing to save the UEL and the communities it supports.

Brown Daily Herald
11/28/2017
HOPE membership, influence grows in Rhode Island

Loud conversation and the smell of meatloaf baking filled the entryway of All Saints Memorial Church in downtown Providence Nov. 14. At the church every Tuesday, the hungry and homeless can find a free and freshly cooked dinner provided by nonprofit City Meal Site.

International Affairs Essays

Brown Political Review
04/16/2017
Armyworms and the Attack on Zambian Agriculture - Brown Political Review

Marching in platoons and consuming all in its path, the formidable fall armyworm decimates crops in the Americas and Southern Africa each year. Named for its feeding habits, the armyworm is a one and a half to two-inch caterpillar with the power to create famine and collapse an economy.

Brown Political Review
11/01/2016
No Deal: Peace Still Elusive in Colombia - Brown Political Review

On Sunday, October 2, the Colombian people rejected a peace treaty signed by the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). A culmination of four years of bilateral negotiations in Cuba, the treaty was intended to end a more than 50-year armed conflict between the socialist guerrilla group and the government, a conflict that claimed more than 220,000 lives .

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