Despite recent reports of Spats’ impending closure, the restaurant’s doors will remain open, owner Andy Mitrelis confirmed to The Herald Monday night.
For this edition of “Super Duper Heavy Petting,” Cordeiro brought several baby rabbits, chicks, ducklings, a kid goat and a pot-bellied piglet to campus.
The fund provides scholarships to students from low-income families, allowing them to graduate without student loan debt.
Laughter and smiles of nostalgia lit up the faces of the roughly two dozen alums and students who gathered in the Brown Bookstore this Saturday afternoon.
For Ria Vaidya ’16 and Shreena Thakore ’16, summer break meant more than reuniting with friends and family.
Disruptions to journalism’s business model and media’s heightened polarization present challenges, two alum media veterans said at a panel Saturday.
Visitors to the Quiet Green can now view a new sculpture remembering and engaging with the University’s ties to the slave trade.
Counseling and Psychological Services has made several new targeted hires and will offer a support group for students of color.
Creativity “starts with the belief that you’re actually a creative person,” said Sheila Bridges ’86, author and founder of Sheila Bridges Design.