The percentage of students taking one or more classes Satisfactory/No Credit jumped from 54.4 percent in spring 2011 to 63.4 percent in fall 2015.
Approximately 15 percent of Brown students have attended class under the influence of a substance, according to a poll conducted by The Herald last month.
Twenty-five years ago today, several students appeared on “The Phil Donahue Show” to discuss controversy surrounding campus sexual assault.
Andrew Kaplan ’15 will pursue a master’s in comparative social policy at Oxford University
President Christina Paxson P’19 released a working draft of the University’s action plan for diversity and inclusion in a campus-wide email Thursday night.
The University has formed two new partnerships that will allow students to participate in the Naval and Air Force Reserve Officers’ Training Corps.
Events such as poetry readings, clothing swap and “Where Can I Pee?” scavenger hunt are designed to raise awareness and empower transgender students
The prices of certain food items are up to 113.2 percent higher at campus eateries than at convenience and grocery stores on College Hill and downtown.
Corruption “can undermine every single endeavor we undertake,” said John Sopko, head of Special Inspector General of Afghanistan Reconstruction.
While for some, religion can be a barrier to seeking the treatment they want, for many, it acts as a healing agent itself.