Brown community members are facilitating an array of actions to raise awareness and to promote a spectrum of political stances on Israel and Palestine.
Urban exploration has recently become a trend in abandoned or more vacant cities around the country.
Students may not pay much attention to their course instructors’ official titles when picking classes.
Functioning over the years as a home, a movie set, the Admission Office and now the Department of Philosophy, the Corliss-Brackett House has seen it all.
As President Christina Paxson sat down for lunch with the Student Athletic Advisory Board at her house, she encouraged her guests to drive the conversation.
Lowry Marshall moved about her cluttered office, highlighting the several photographs and promotional posters that adorn it.
Surrounded by three doctors, with his family living on the other side of the globe, Robert Lee ’17 was incredulous when he received his diagnosis.
While most Brown students scramble to find summer internships, a few are venturing to a city where job prospects seem slim: Detroit.
Amid Brown’s hub of brick and concrete science buildings lies an odd gem.
Using a photo and quotes to spotlight students who identify as Jewish, the page currently has 628 likes and garners anywhere from 40 to 130 likes per photo.