Nick Lappin ’16 celebrates scoring a goal against No. 4 UMass Lowell. Bruno led the River Hawks until a late goal with 38 seconds left sent the game to overtime. UMass Lowell went on to win in a shootout.

Men's hockey dazzles in trip to Emerald Isle

By November 30, 2015

The Bears touched down on Monday, beginning their journey to experience the Northern Ireland culture and play a little hockey on the side.

Men’s basketball downed in Dallas by nationally ranked SMU

Steven Spieth ’17 tries his moves on an SMU defender. in the game against the Mustangs, Spieth set a career best with four three-pointers en route to scoring 14 points in Brown’s loss.

By November 30, 2015

The men’s basketball team’s pattern of firing away from three-point range has not wavered in its first six games.

Firefighters contain morning fire on roof of Textron Tower

By November 29, 2015

A fire broke out on the roof of the Textron Tower at 40 Westminster St. Sunday morning in a heating or air conditioning unit.

Stalwart defense secures win in final game of football season

By November 23, 2015

Facing off against a Columbia team that won only twice this year, the football team entered Saturday’s game looking for a fifth win and a .500 season finish

Kaplan ’15 tapped for Rhodes Scholarship

By November 23, 2015

Andrew Kaplan ’15 will pursue a master’s in comparative social policy at Oxford University

Editorial: The competitiveness of clubs

Extracurricular activities are a great way to explore varying interests, and adding obstacles to joining clubs is counterproductive.

Beaulieu '99: Frats vs. feminists

I hope that my alma mater can continue to lead the work to end sexual violence and find ways to engage new and unlikely champions in this fight.

Gladstone '18: A new low in the Israel/Palestine conversation

Israel is singled out time and again on our campus, not just for reasoned criticism but also for such extreme hatred.


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.