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Taubman to integrate with Watson Institute

The Taubman Center for Public Policy and American Institutions will become a part of the Watson Institute for International Studies.

Fall theater lineup pushes genre limits

This season’s theater lineup will explore the transcendental power of relationships and art’s ability to grapple with timeless issues of identity.

BDS innovates for new semester

New offerings in dining halls and eateries were brought about due to student demand and the creative efforts of the Brown Dining Staff.

Deresiewicz in conversation: ‘Learning is something you pursue regardless of where it’s leading you’

William Deresiewicz visited Brown to promote his new book, “Excellent Sheep: The Miseducation of the American Elite and the Way to a Meaningful Life.”


Adrift in the Ocean State

For Rhode Island’s homeless population, service providers offer some answers — and some obstacles.


‘Violet’ finds meaning in the skin-deep

“Violet,” directed by Skylar Fox ’15, deals with problems of appearance, and avoiding the cliche, it does not discredit the power of the superficial.

‘Iolanthe’ is the seventh of Gilbert and Sullivan’s 14 comedic operas produced between 1871 and 1896.

Gilbert and Sullivan hits high note with ‘Iolanthe’

The comic opera focuses on forbidden love between a fairy and the half-mortal Strephon.

Editorial: Make sciences and humanities equally difficult

The University should seek to minimize the discrepancy in difficulty among its various departments and concentrations.

Ingber '15: Unsportsmanlike conduct for Rice and the NFL

This is a conversation about the responsibility a league has to demand certain levels of decency from its players.

Lewis GS: Hatred lives on

These protests against Israel and this latest column about Birthright demonstrate that anti-Semitism is alive and well.


Writer and former Yale professor William Deresiewicz addresses students in McCormack Family Theater.

Deresiewicz lauds U.’s liberal arts tradition

September 16, 2014 | 0 comments