Data from a recent poll indicated that 85 percent of BEO and econ concentrators and 91 percent of athletes have hooked up with someone at Brown.
The Herald looked into several classes that filled up during last semester’s pre-registration to see what accounts for these classes’ popularity.
Students from China constitute the largest portion of Brown’s international undergraduate body.
In the fall and winter seasons this year, only three of 12 Brown team sports — men’s soccer, men’s water polo and women’s rugby — had winning records.
With Rhode Islanders heading to the polls today, the unsettled races in both parties place more importance on voters in the Ocean State than in past years.
Audience members at the TAPS production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” last month may have been surprised to see middle school students on the scene.
92.5 percent listed passion for the subject as a factor in their concentration choice, while only 81.1 percent of BEO or economics concentrators said that.
Students and faculty members at other colleges in Rhode Island are also working to have their voices heard on their campuses.