Over 450 students from across the world filed into Sayles Hall Saturday, awaiting the opening ceremony of the third annual Hack@Brown.
The University has already raised over $1 billion of the $3 billion it hopes to secure in the BrownTogether capital campaign.
“Racism equals a societal cancer,” said author Lawrence Ross as he opened his lecture, “Blackballed: The Politics of Race on America’s Campuses,” Saturday.
Many students have embarked on the summer internship hunt — an endeavor that some international students might find “tricky,” said Sujay Natson ’16.
Chas Freeman Jr., a long-time bureaucrat and senior fellow at the Watson Institute, presented his opinions on the fall of American superiority.
The bathrooms in the basement of the Friedman Study Center in the Sciences Library are in the midst of a major upgrade.
The Office of Residential Life is allocating $5 million for the renovations of Perkins Hall, Barbour Hall and Barbour Hall Apartments this summer.
Providence Journal sports columnist Bill Reynolds ’68 was featured at the Brown Bookstore Tuesday to showcase his novel.
Faculty members voted Tuesday at the monthly faculty meeting to officially change the name of Fall Weekend to Indigenous People’s Day.