University faces further litigation in sexual assault case

By January 24, 2018

Following a motion hearing held in October 2017, Chief Judge William Smith ruled Jan. 16 on several complaints filed by a former Brown student in a sexual assault lawsuit against another former student, the University and the national and local leadership of Phi Kappa Psi.

Bears edge Yale for first Ivy win

By January 24, 2018

Following a series of non-conference matchups over the winter break, the men’s basketball team claimed its first victory over Yale since 2014 with an 81-80 home win  Friday night.

Applications rise by 8 percent for class of 2022

By January 24, 2018

The University received a record-high 35,368 applicants for the class of 2022, according to Dean of Admission Logan Powell.

City offers advice, new programs for small business owners

By January 24, 2018

Providence small business owners gathered Tuesday night for a community forum hosted by Mayor Jorge Elorza in the Joseph A. Doorley Jr. Municipal Building to highlight new opportunities for loans and programs designed to streamline business development.

U. proposes merger with Care New England health system

By January 12, 2018

President Christina Paxson P’19 announced the University’s proposal to work with Prospect Medical Holdings in merging with Care New England.