The shutdown of the Ray Kelly lecture by student and community member protesters cemented the events of Oct. 29, 2013 in Brown’s collective memory.2 comments
After ECAC powerhouses Colgate, Union and Quinnipiac, Brown, Dartmouth and Yale look to be the prime competitors for home playoff bids come tournament time.0 comments
Sara Overstreet ’16 has died, President Christina Paxson announced in a community-wide email Thursday afternoon.
Hundreds of eyes turned toward the podium, where First Lady Michelle Obama spoke in support of gubernatorial Democratic nominee Gina Raimondo.
My first experience with “Hamlet” was watching an episode of “The Simpsons.” To a young boy of five or six, nothing could be more spectacular.
It took Cross ’16 just 53 seconds of extra time to break a scoreless stalemate and lift the men’s soccer team to a victory over University of New Hampshire.
We urge all readers to take advantage of the democratic system and vote on Nov. 4.
Aluthge ’15: Should Brown prioritize universal need-blind admission over increased financial support for middle class students?
On today’s commentary page, Dilum Aluthge ’15 tackles both sides of a point-counterpoint debate over financial aid as a thought experiment in argumentation.
But these days, I find it increasingly difficult to stay glued to a baseball game.
For Rhode Island’s homeless population, service providers offer some answers — and some obstacles.
“Violet,” directed by Skylar Fox ’15, deals with problems of appearance, and avoiding the cliche, it does not discredit the power of the superficial.
The comic opera focuses on forbidden love between a fairy and the half-mortal Strephon.