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Fundraising, private donations and grants have enabled the restoration of this comprehensive collection, which offers a chronology not only of Providence mayors but also of prominent artists living in the city.

Arts & Culture

Thirteen mayors rejuvenated on canvas

September 30, 2013 0 comments

The extensive collection of portraits was restored by a 1959 RISD alum and will hang in City Hall.

Visiting campus allowed Eyal Press ‘92 to engage with first-year students, who were assigned to read his book, “Beautiful Souls,” this summer before arriving on campus.


Author of first readings assignment speaks on courage

September 19, 2013 0 comments

Eyal Press ’92, author of “Beautiful Souls,” discusses his book with students at a series of events held on campus.

University News

Faculty exchange program fosters cross-cultural ties

April 5, 2013 0 comments

The program allows faculty members to exchange positions with international professors for a week.

Free tickets for more than 100 students who live in Hope and Slater residence halls created a major loss in revenue for Brown Concert Agencies.

University News

Free Spring Weekend tickets discontinued for Hope, Slater

March 12, 2013 3 comments

BCA’s updated policy will also feature a new system for purchasing concert tickets.


Senate debates expanding worker’s comp program

March 5, 2013 0 comments

The bill would amplify the terms of worker protection, and opponents argue it is not worth the cost.

Science & Research

Study investigates monetary incentives to reduce STIs

February 15, 2013 0 comments

High-risk populations in Mexico have expressed willingness to participate in the program.

University News

Penn prof unites history and urban studies in talk

February 4, 2013 0 comments

Thomas Sugrue connects 20th century events to issues the Obama administration faces.

With its high population density and proximity to Boston, Providence has faced a large flu outbreak, contributing to the nation wide epidemic.

University News

Health Services preps resources to fight virus

January 25, 2013 0 comments

Students encouraged to take health precautions in light of especially severe flu outbreak.

University News

Sculpture incorporates daily objects, invites student interaction

December 3, 2012 2 comments

The sculpture “Circle Dance” by Thomas Friedman made its debut on the grassy area of the Walk between Angell and Waterman streets following a week-long installation process.

University News

Professors prepare online courses for summer launch

November 27, 2012 1 comment

Three professors are each creating one distinctive class to be offered this summer as part of the University’s debut on the free-online learning site, Coursera, this summer.