THE COLLEGE HILL INDEPENDENT

Illustrations by Galen Broderick

16 illustrations found.


Scenes from the Supreme Court

does the 4th amendment allow a teenage strip-search?

News, Apr 30 2009

by Chris Duffy

The two female administrators told 13-year-old Savannah Redding to strip down to her underwear. They asked her to pull her bra …

SULLIVAN'S TRAVELS: AN INTERVIEW WITH ARTIST CATHERINE SULLIVAN

Arts, Apr 23 2009

by Eve Essex

A Chicago-based artist with roots in theater, Catherine Sullivan has developed a multi-media practice that merges choreography, theater and cinema into …

A little piece of mind

Metro, Apr 16 2009

by Nick Werle

Just after he was diagnosed with AIDS in the spring of 2007, Bobbie Ebert was suffering from a fresh burst of …

MAYOR NIXES PROPOSAL TO CLOSE LIBRARIES

Metro, Mar 19 2009

by Zak Stone

For those who grew up with them, public libraries often call up images of maternal librarians hushing groups of giggling children …

SHALL WE (BIG) DANCE?

Sports, Mar 19 2009

by Miguel Morales

Sixty-five teams.Single elimination.Last team standing wins. This is the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. The sweat, the sneakers, the stars, the upsets …

AN EXCERPT FROM A SCREENPLAY

Literary, Mar 12 2009

by Ali Hoffman

FADE IN:INT. AUSTIN'S BEDROOM - DAYAUSTIN FAGER, late 20s, lies passed out on top of his covers, wearing only tighty-whities.OLGA, a …

THE FAMISHED: A PLAY

Literary, Mar 12 2009

by Max Posner

The kitchen of an office. A nice office, where serious businessmen wear serious clothes and talk numbers. The lighting is mildly …

I NEVER FORGET A FACE

Science, Feb 26 2009

by Matt Surka

A female voice greets you by name, and you know you should feel happy that this girl, from six paces of …

ALONE IN VICTORY: THE SYMBOLIC POWER OF RHODE ISLAND'S WWII HOLIDAY

Features, Nov 13 2008

by Katie Okamoto

The way we name official holidays is political; little is ever just a matter of words. When November 11 changed from …

NUDISTS: FICTION

Literary, Nov 06 2008

by Emily Segal

I don't mean this meanly.They always had the important talks--race, finance-- when she was sleeping, which meant she always fucked up. …

NO WAY HOME: SURPRISE EVICTIONS FOR TENANTS IN FORECLOSED HOMES

Metro, Oct 23 2008

by Lee Brooks

Providence is no stranger to the foreclosure crisis ravaging middle and low-income families across the nation. According to a recent report …

WEEK IN REVIEW

News, Oct 09 2008

by Chris Duffy

Throughout history, families in New Jersey have headed down the shore. Soon, this will also mean heading down the wind farm. …

PAUL NEWMAN: IN MEMORIAM

Arts, Oct 02 2008

by Adrienne Langlois

You may know him better for his salad dressing than his filmography. But for all intents and purposes, Paul Newman was …

WEEK IN REVIEW

News, Oct 02 2008

by Chris Duffy

CHRIS ROCK ON ELECTION 2008Chris Rock's never been one to pull a punch when it comes to talking about politics, and …

THE TRUE PATRIOTS: FROM THE FRONT LINES OF THE GOPATS PARTY

Sports, Sep 25 2008

by Will Guzzardi

Four road hogs roar off Route 6 in Foster, Rhode Island and pull into the parking lot at Lucky's Bar and …

VENI VIDI VINO: GOT MERLOT?

Features, Sep 25 2008

by Sandra Allen

Wine writing falls into two camps. There are those who write about wine for people who already know about wine, and …