ENVS 1575: “Engaged Climate Policy at the United Nations Climate Change Talks,” went to Lima, Peru to attend the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.0 comments
Unions representing public employees filed suit in the Rhode Island Superior Court in June 2012: The case is set to go before a jury this April.8 comments
While an 0-2 start in the Ivy League was not what the men’s basketball team hoped for, the Bears can take a big step forward this weekend.0 comments
The University has received around 100 applications since Aug. 29, and a selection committee will appoint an officer by the end of the spring semester.
Winter Storm Juno came, saw and conquered Brown this week, leaving behind more than a foot of snow and a canceled day of classes in its wake.
Stanley Aronson, co-founder of the Alpert Medical School, died Jan. 28 at the age of 92, leaving behind a legacy of innovations.
Dietrich Neumann, professor of history of art and architecture, engages with architecture on a level greater than teaching theoretical and studio classes.
The University must do more than tinker with the machinery of its quasi-criminal process and characterize what constitutes sexual assault.
There need to be restrictions and federal regulations placed upon the record collections of the NSA, combined with bipartisan legislation.
In response to the shootings that targeted the staff of the French magazine Charlie Hebdo, many have recently risen up under the slogan “Je suis Charlie.”
Compared to other Ivy League schools, Brown lags behind in offering opportunities for students to engage with the military on campus.
As new cultures and experiences mold the Cape Verdean diaspora, the local definition of a Cape Verdean grows thinner, calling into question whether anything distinctive will be left for future generations.
For Rhode Island’s homeless population, service providers offer some answers — and some obstacles.