Yuri Tomikawa ’12 expands his mental health service app, Zencare, to serve students in Boston.
New bookstore-bar hybrid Rifraff, cofounded by Emma Ramadan ’13, opens this winter in Providence.
Hamilton phenomenon Daveed Diggs ’04 joins Wonder cast as an English teacher alongside Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson.
Emma Simmons MD ’91 MPH ’06 and Scott Allen MD ’91 created a California clinic specifically for patients with special needs.
Solomon Goldstein-Rose ’16 wins a seat in the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
Educational struggles are centered in a new documentary directed by Tony Gerber ’86.
Daniel Bergner ’81 releases his biography on unlikely opera singer Ryan Green.
Ricardo Anzaldua ’79 launches the The Alumni Society, which promotes Latino leadership in corporate America.
Ben Knox Miller ’06 and Jeff Prystowsky ’06 of Low Anthem recorded their fourth album, Lowland, in Providence's Columbus Theatre. The group tours Europe this winter.
The New York Times names former Providence Journal reporter Arthur Gregg Sulzberger ’03 as its deputy publisher.
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