Subscribe to The Brown Daily Herald Newsletter

Sign up for The Brown Daily Herald’s daily newsletter to stay up to date with what is happening at Brown and on College Hill no matter where you are right now!


Articles by Corinne Sejourne (24)

Fundraising, private donations and grants have enabled the restoration of this comprehensive collection, which offers a chronology not only of Providence mayors but also of prominent artists living in the city.

Arts & Culture

Thirteen mayors rejuvenated on canvas

September 30, 2013 Comments are Disabled

The extensive collection of portraits was restored by a 1959 RISD alum and will hang in City Hall.

Visiting campus allowed Eyal Press ‘92 to engage with first-year students, who were assigned to read his book, “Beautiful Souls,” this summer before arriving on campus.


Author of first readings assignment speaks on courage

September 19, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Eyal Press ’92, author of “Beautiful Souls,” discusses his book with students at a series of events held on campus.

University News

Faculty exchange program fosters cross-cultural ties

April 5, 2013 Comments are Disabled

The program allows faculty members to exchange positions with international professors for a week.

Free tickets for more than 100 students who live in Hope and Slater residence halls created a major loss in revenue for Brown Concert Agencies.

University News

Free Spring Weekend tickets discontinued for Hope, Slater

March 12, 2013 3 comments

BCA’s updated policy will also feature a new system for purchasing concert tickets.


Senate debates expanding worker’s comp program

March 5, 2013 Comments are Disabled

The bill would amplify the terms of worker protection, and opponents argue it is not worth the cost.

Science & Research

Study investigates monetary incentives to reduce STIs

February 15, 2013 Comments are Disabled

High-risk populations in Mexico have expressed willingness to participate in the program.

University News

Penn prof unites history and urban studies in talk

February 4, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Thomas Sugrue connects 20th century events to issues the Obama administration faces.

With its high population density and proximity to Boston, Providence has faced a large flu outbreak, contributing to the nation wide epidemic.

University News

Health Services preps resources to fight virus

January 25, 2013 Comments are Disabled

Students encouraged to take health precautions in light of especially severe flu outbreak.

University News

Sculpture incorporates daily objects, invites student interaction

December 3, 2012 2 comments

The sculpture “Circle Dance” by Thomas Friedman made its debut on the grassy area of the Walk between Angell and Waterman streets following a week-long installation process.

University News

Professors prepare online courses for summer launch

November 27, 2012 1 comment

Three professors are each creating one distinctive class to be offered this summer as part of the University’s debut on the free-online learning site, Coursera, this summer.