Administrators and faculty members also discussed renovations to the Sciences Library and the University’s budget deficit at a Tuesday faculty meeting.
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Within the next two weeks, all members of Greek organizations will sign a new zero-tolerance sexual misconduct policy mandating yearly bystander training.
For the third consecutive year, Brown failed to make the list of the top 25 medium-sized colleges and universities to send graduates to the Peace Corps.
The University will not proceed with a hearing against the Phi Kappa Psi member initially charged with serving a drink containing the date-rape drug GHB.
The two companies involved in conducting a flawed hair test in the Phi Psi case have drawn criticism for work on other cases prior to working with Brown.
Over the last week, Phi Kappa Psi distributed flyers bearing a scannable barcode that links to a letter detailing evidence from its recent misconduct case.
The University will kickstart an 11-week composting pilot program at Andrews Commons Tuesday.
Freezing cold temperatures and snow accumulations have affected a number of University buildings, including Graduate Center E, Diman House and T.F. Green.
“You could reasonably have different views on the subject of inequality,” said Harvard Professor Raj Chetty in a lecture and panel discussion Monday.