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World-renowned fashion journalist and University alum André Leon Talley MA ’72 died Tuesday at the age of 73. Having held positions as a stylist, creative director and the Editor-at-Large of Vogue Magazine throughout his expansive career, Talley leaves behind a legacy of creativity and innovation ...

Fashion icon André Leon Talley MA ’72 dies at 73

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World-renowned fashion journalist and University alum André Leon Talley MA ’72 died Tuesday at the age of 73. Having held positions as a stylist, creative director and the Editor-at-Large of Vogue Magazine throughout his expansive career, Talley leaves behind a legacy of creativity and innovation ...



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A lawsuit filed Sunday claims that Brown and 15 other schools, including Yale, Duke University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, violated federal antitrust laws by collaborating on their financial aid policies when some members did not maintain the need-blind ...


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The Rhode Island School of Design announced Tuesday that its Wintersession courses will begin remotely from Jan. 6 to 13, RISD Spokesperson Jaime Marland wrote in an email to The Herald. Currently, RISD plans on resuming in-person Wintersession classes Jan. 14. 


McGough '23: A return to normalcy: repoliticizing America

For far too long, Americans have blissfully pretended that some things are simply “apolitical” and devoid of potential controversy. Prior generations allowed civics to become a small and contained affair, idealizing politics and slowly devastating our country’s ability to form a more perfect ...


Editorial: Brown is back

We spent the last year and a half craving the small pleasures, the ones we took for granted before the pandemic hit. Hugging friends and seeing their unmasked smiles. Chatting with classmates before and after lecture. 


Papendorp and Sindhu: GLO members demand workplace democracy

As members of our graduate union, we were proud to agree to a contract with the University on issues that matter to graduate students, such as wages, parental benefits and a grievance procedure. We have also continually done our best to respect and honor the words of our contractually binding agreements ...




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Brown accepts 14.6% of early decision applicants for class of 2026

The University accepted 896 students to the class of 2026 from a pool of 6,146 early decision applicants, according to Dean of Admission Logan Powell. The early acceptance rate, number of applicants and number of accepted students were all records in the history of the University’s early decision ...


Brown to require COVID-19 vaccine booster shots

All students, faculty and staff will be required to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster shot, Executive Vice President for Planning and Policy Russell Carey ’91 MA’06 announced in a Dec. 14 campus-wide email.



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Women’s basketball secures close win at Holy Cross

The women’s basketball team (3-6) defeated the College of the Holy Cross (4-4) Sunday afternoon in Worcester, Mass. After scoring the first two points of the game, the Bears never let the Crusaders take the lead and held on for a 57-55 win. 






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