Free speech, diversity and research emerged as key issues for faculty during this academic year at Tuesday’s faculty meeting.
A new generation of first-years marched through the Van Wickle Gates and onto the Main Green to mark the start of Brown’s 251st academic year yesterday.
“I love talking to students; so do my two poodles. So please stop and say hello,” President Christina Paxson said in her address to first-years and parents.
A grand jury this week chose not to indict two Brown undergraduates accused of sexually assaulting a female Providence College student last November.
Stephen Rodrigues’ loved ones remember him in many ways: as a lover of the Earth, a thoughtful poet and, in the words of a friend, a “gentle soul.”
Beppie Huidekoper, executive vice president for finance and administration, will retire after more than 12 years of leading Brown’s financing efforts.
Stephen Rodrigues, an undergraduate on leave from the University, has died, President Christina Paxson announced in a community-wide email Saturday.
Mark St. Louis ’15 was an asker of questions and a seeker of answers.
The Department of Education launched an investigation of the University’s handling of sexual assault cases July 10, examining alleged Title IX violations.
More than 40 people gathered on the Faunce House steps Thursday to protest the University’s decision to outsource mailroom operations.