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For a select few, an extra recommendation from a member of the University’s inner circle — a current or former Corporation member, high-ranking administrator or donor — can earn them favorable treatment during the application review process.

How Brown’s inner circle helps well connected applicants get admitted

For a select few, an extra recommendation from a member of the University’s inner circle — a current or former Corporation member, high-ranking administrator or donor — can earn them favorable treatment during the application review process.



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At approximately 1:40 p.m. on Thursday, all participants in a Rhode Island School of Design sit-in for dissociation from Israel exited 20 Washington Place, known as Prov-Wash. Approximately 30 rallying protestors entered the building and escorted the sit-in demonstrators out.


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On Wednesday, faculty affiliated with two departments at the Rhode Island School of Design released statements in support of the ongoing student demonstrations at 20 Washington Place, better known as Prov-Wash.


Guermazi ’24: Exploration at Brown and looking ahead

I want to address the elephant in the room: Yes, my name is Dorra. I used to hate how my name sounded like that of a certain cartoon character with a watermelon-shaped head and a talking monkey. I realized, though, that I can relate to Dora the Explorer in more ways than I thought, and I’m sure you ...


Fiorentino ’24: A guide to keeping Brown’s spirit with you

The local legend says that if you drink from the fountain outside the Athanæum, you will never leave College Hill. Brown poet and Professor Keith Waldrop once told Robert Arellano ’91 MA’94 that this legend was originally pronounced by Edgar Allan Poe after he was dumped by lifelong Providence ...


Zucker ’24: We Are All Born Lacking

We are all born lacking. It might sound like an insult. But to me, that phrase not only provides me perspective, it’s a beacon of optimism. “We Are All Born Lacking” is the name of a poem written by author Elizabeth Shapiro for my mother on the day of her birth in the middle of a blizzard in rural ...


Matos ’24: Brunocollections

At the beginning of this semester, I decided to hang a string of rainbow lights around the perimeter of my room. Later that same evening, when the sun had finally set, I plugged the lights into the extension cord near my bed and marveled as the tiny red, green, yellow and blue bulbs illuminated my tiny ...





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Women’s rugby claims second-straight national championship

One year ago, the women’s rugby team conquered the national stage and won the Collegiate Rugby Championships. Since then, the team has waxed and waned, finishing the season with a 20-8 record. After upsetting Harvard for the first time in nine years at the Ivy 7s tournament last week, the Bears stood ...


Meet BMo and Shiver, Brown’s Frisbee Powerhouses

It’s not unusual for Brown's varsity sports teams to draw attention from the wider student body from time to time. But one of Brown’s most successful programs is not a varsity team, and it’s one whose tremendous accomplishments tend to go unsung: club ultimate frisbee.






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