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Hundreds of students protest administrative response to sexual violence

By April 8, 2021

“CPax will hear us, DPhi will fear us” and “end sexual violence” rang out from behind masks reading “End Sexual Violence” in pink lettering.

Ward 1 residents criticize revised Brook Street dorm plans

By April 8, 2021

Ward 1 residents expressed their concerns in reaction to the University’s revised plan for the two-building residence hall on Brook Street at a virtual community meeting April 8.

Modified in-person Commencement to take place, expanded to include class of 2021.5

By April 8, 2021

The University will hold Commencement in-person through two ceremonies and will open the event to students graduating mid-year in 2021.5, according to an email sent to the class of 2021 and 2021.5 April 8. 

Students for Educational Equity looks forward after students pass referendum on permanent test-optional admission policy

By April 8, 2021

As the University finishes its first admission cycle with a test-optional policy, implemented due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a majority of student voters advocated for the University to make the policy permanent on a recent referendum on the Undergraduate Council of Students’ spring election ballot. 

The life and career of Mary Emma Woolley, one of Brown’s first female graduates

By April 8, 2021

“I must be effective, but not aggressive; womanly but not womanish; equal to social obligations but always on hand for the business ones,” Mary Emma Woolley 1895 wrote to her life partner Jeanette Marks on April 22, 1932.