Current and former Harvard law school professors wrote a letter published in the Boston Globe lambasting the university’s new sexual harassment policy.
More than 4,500 Providence National Grid customers lost power for about two hours Tuesday morning after a squirrel climbed into a power station.
Financial aid emerged as the top priority for respondents to the Undergraduate Council of Students’ fall poll for the second year in a row.
Around 200 fewer students enrolled in foreign language courses at Brown this year than last.
Four professors and two Providence community members will receive the Public Humanities Fellowship for the 2014-2015 academic year
The three-year cohort default rate on federal direct student loans decreased by about 35 percent from the previous yea.
The Corporation green-lighted construction of a new Division of Applied Mathematics building.
Following the Department of Public Safety’s release of the Rave Guardian Campus Safety App at the beginning of the semester, the app has been downloaded over 1,100 times.
Warren Simmons will leave his position as executive director of the University’s Annenberg Institute for School Reform June 30.
The Watson Institute for International Studies will launch a newly designed, one-year Master of Public Affairs program this summer.