As Christina Paxson’s P’19 presidency passes its thousandth day, a debate that has been brewing since before her tenure continues to mount.
Elections start this week for UCS and the UFB, but past races have run into hiccups due to occurrences ranging from joke campaigns to candidate withdrawals.
Individuals from China will soon be eligible for Rhodes Scholarships, the New York Times reported Monday.
An undergraduate poll found that more than two-thirds of students disapprove of the decision to cancel a hearing for a student accused of spiking a drink.
1,014 questionnaires were administered to undergraduates March 2-3 in J. Walter Wilson, the Stephen Robert ’62 Campus Center and the Sciences Library.
972 questionnaires were administered to undergraduates March 16-17 in J. Walter Wilson, the Stephen Robert ’62 Campus Center and the Sciences Library.
“I stand with Nan-Hui because our women and children should be protected and supported at all costs.”
The Engaged Scholars program will expand to five more concentrations next year, adding to the five concentrations piloting the program this year.
“Mike Brown is no Rosa Parks, and he ain’t Emmett Till either,” said Glenn Loury, professor of economics, at a discussion Thursday night.
Some members of the Brown community linger long after their undergraduate years, experiencing life at the University from nearly every perspective.