The John Hay Library has received a gift of 130 rare books and manuscripts, including the first two editions of Nicolaus Copernicus' "De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium," from Daniel Siegel '57, the ...
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Admissions interviews, full-time enrollment and a four- to six-week summer orientation are all part of a proposal for a new community college by the City University of New York. But in the current economy, ...
The number of students studying abroad this semester is consistent with previous years, despite the economic downturn and a new policy requiring students to pay full Brown tuition.
This semester, the Brown community will wake up to something a little different.
It's not often that Professor of Economics Glenn Loury has to navigate the exercise yard of a prison.
The Department of Egyptology and Ancient Western Asian Studies is looking to hire a tenure-track professor to teach Mesopotamian language and cultures.