In honor of Brown’s 250th anniversary celebration, all nine honorary degree recipients at the May 25 Commencement ceremony will be alums.
Some have voiced concerns that student course evaluations may incentivize professors in the tenure and promotion process to award higher grades.
The College Board announced major changes to the SAT that will take effect in the spring of 2016, with the hopes of appealing to a broader base of students.
University administrators approved changing the name of Psychological Services to Counseling and Psychological Services effective today.
The conference focused on the desired outcomes of the annual United Nations Climate Summit, which will take place in Lima, Peru this December.
About one fourth of the student body skips class at least once a week, according to a Herald poll conducted March 3-4.
University of Rhode Island administrators announced Monday that the school will arm campus police, Rhode Island Public Radio reported.
India’s democracy, modernization process and capitalist economic structure emerged as key topics at a Tuesday panel organized by the Brown-India Initiative.
A new Institute for the Study of Environment and Society will launch next fall, the University announced Monday.
The number of students who needed to be taken to a hospital during Spring Weekend held steady from last year at 17.