Just a week before Brown/RISD Hillel arrived in Israel for Birthright this January, two young Israelis were stabbed in Jerusalem.
Rhode Island Public Radio finds its home within a manila-folder, commonplace office that does not reflect the personality of the station’s newest CEO.
Brown has secured a two-year permit from the Providence Zoning Board of Review to replace seven residential structures with temporary parking on Brook St.
Approximately 4.1 percent of undergraduates have sold illegal drugs for profit, according to a poll conducted by The Herald last month.
Approximately 8 percent of undergraduates have cheated on a significant other, and about 13 percent have been cheated on by a significant other.
The Herald’s fall poll found that 14.7 percent of students do not exercise, and 39.5 percent exercise for one to three hours per week.
Apart from selecting classes and a location, some students studying abroad have to consider the financial burden of living abroad for a semester or year.
Approximately 15 percent of Brown students have attended class under the influence of a substance, according to a poll conducted by The Herald last month.