The University recently announced its selection of eight scholars and intellectuals to be given honorary degrees this May.
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.
Administrators nationwide have grappled with addressing the demands of students calling for increased support regarding issues of diversity and inclusion.
As the semester ends, UCS faces a familiar dilemma: convincing its general body members, who are overwhelmingly underclassmen, to stay on for another year.
The DIAP’s proposed mentoring programs aim to address the unique issues women, minorities, LGBTQ+ and first-generation college students face at Brown.
Moshe Safdie, one of the most prominent architects in the world, gave a lecture on his work in Salomon 101 Monday night.
Students from China constitute the largest portion of Brown’s international undergraduate body.
Some of the demands students made of the DIAP concerning undocumented students, which were drafted by a group of Latinx students, focused on legal services.
Chancellor Thomas Tisch and Vice Chancellor Jerome Vascellaro will end their third and final terms as leaders of the University’s Corporation in May.