The Task Force on Sexual Assault released an interim report with recommendations for improving the University’s sexual assault and prevention policies.
Barbara Chernow ’79 will succeed Beppie Huidekoper as the next executive vice president for finance and administration effective March 1.
The University accepted 20 percent of early decision applicants to the class of 2019, admitting 617 students.
Just over 150 students graduated in the University’s 25th Midyear Completion Celebration Saturday afternoon.
The Meiklejohn Peer Advising program will expand next semester to include the Code Advising Meiklejohn Program.
Riffing on facial hair, bread and his penis, Nick Offerman didn’t stray far from his “Parks and Recreation” character in a talk Thurs.
Currently under construction, the four-story complex at 257 Thayer will house 267 tenants, mostly students, in furnished apartments.
Fossil Free Brown has launched a petition to divest the University’s endowment from the top 200 global fossil fuel companies.
Employees at Gourmet Heaven on Meeting Street arrived for their shifts Wednesday to learn that the store would be closing indefinitely starting that night.
Last month, President Christina Paxson announced her plans to double the percentage of underrepresented minority faculty members within the next decade.