Samuel M. Mencoff '78, chancellor-elect, Theresia Gouw '90, treasurer-elect, and Alison Ressler '80, vice chancellor-elect, were elected to new Corporation positions Saturday.

Corporation authorizes 4.1 percent tuition hike

By February 6, 2016

The University has already raised over $1 billion of the $3 billion it hopes to secure in the BrownTogether capital campaign.

Athletes walk onto College Hill

Dara Wais ’18, a late recruit to the women’s hockey team, skates up ice. Though Wais was not recruited at the same time as most of her teammates, she was warmly received by the other hockey players.

By February 5, 2016

Two days ago, high school athletes around the world fulfilled their dreams of signing to competitive colleges. It was National Signing Day.

Cianci leaves complicated legacy behind

By February 5, 2016

Vincent “Buddy” Cianci Jr., lawyer, radio host and Providence’s longest-serving mayor died Jan. 28 at the age of 74, leaving behind a memorable legacy.

Kia McNeill brings fresh perspective to women’s soccer

By February 5, 2016

Looking back at Brown’s athletic department 40 years ago, it would be hard to find many similarities to today’s version.

Internship search difficult for international students

By February 5, 2016

Many students have embarked on the summer internship hunt — an endeavor that some international students might find “tricky,” said Sujay Natson ’16.

Volpicello '18: It’s okay to be alone

Before coming to Brown, odds are somebody probably told you that college would be the best four years of your life.

Esemplare '18: NFL not to blame for concussion crisis

This issue of concussions in professional sports has received growing attention in recent months, especially as related to the National Football League.

Letter: A closer look at ‘Carol’

Jennifer Shook’s article (“‘Carol’ performances captivating, not ‘groundbreaking’ cinema,” Feb. 4) reveals an unfortunate misreading of the film.


Sounding Off: Student music reverberates across campus

For students who plan to pursue music — whether professionally or recreationally — keeping their lives as college students and performers in harmony can be difficult.


Abroad But Not Alone: United World College at Brown

For every five international students at Brown, one most likely attended a high school part of the United World College program.


A Neighborhood Unmoored: Harboring Cape Verde in Providence

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.