Samuel Mencoff  ‘78, chancellor-elect, Theresia Gouw ’90, treasurer-elect, and Alison Ressler ’80, vice chancellor-elect, were elected to new leadership positions on the Corporation Saturday.

Corporation authorizes 4.1 percent tuition hike

By February 8, 2016

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

‘Blackballed’ talk confronts campus racism

Author Lawrence Ross discussed the mobilizing influence that the Black Lives Matter movement has had on campus activists across the country.

By February 8, 2016

“Racism equals a societal cancer,” said author Lawrence Ross as he opened his lecture, “Blackballed: The Politics of Race on America’s Campuses,” Saturday.

Men’s basketball impresses in split with Empire State Ivies

By February 8, 2016

For the men’s basketball team, a split against Cornell and Columbia showed what Head Coach Mike Martin ’04 said: “We can contend in this league.”

Women’s basketball ends conference skid with win over Columbia

By February 8, 2016

The women’s basketball team is in trouble — after a 1-5 start to its Ivy League season, that is undeniable.

Singles wins help men’s tennis extend win streak

By February 8, 2016

In a Saturday doubleheader against Binghamton and Quinnipiac at the Pizzitola Sports Center, the men’s tennis team emerged undefeated.

Savello '18: Brown should support ethnic studies curriculum push in Providence

This January, the Providence Student Union launched the #OurHistoryMatters campaign, with the primary goal of adding an ethnic studies course.

Malik '18: The Academy’s shortcomings

I tried to stop caring about the Academy Awards when I began noticing that they often picked winners with which I didn’t agree at all. I decided that it didn’t matter whom the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences decided to honor and that the brilliant artists and beautiful […]

Editorial: Celebrating Indigenous People’s Day

We commend the University for its decision to rename Fall Weekend Indigenous People’s Day. More importantly, we applaud the members of Native Americans at Brown for their hard work and tireless activism, through which they have not only brought positive change to Brown but have also set a powerful example […]


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.