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Tired of reading Marx and Freud? Getting hand cramps from drawing benzene rings? This semester, nine students in a Group Independent Study Project on graphic novels are reading "Calvin and Hobbes" for ...
Got too much on your plate? Brown Dining Services does, too — that's why it donated 737 pounds of baked goods to local charities last year alone.
David Rohde '90, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for the New York Times, escaped a Taliban prison June 19 after more than seven months of captivity by jumping over the wall of the compound where he ...
Doctors topped the list of highest-paid employees at private colleges and universities during the 2007 fiscal year, according to a report published by the Chronicle of Higher Education last month.
Though a group of Brown students staged three sold-out performances and an encore of "The Vagina Monologues" this past weekend, attempts to produce the show at Catholic schools across the country have ...
Dartmouth announced a budget reconciliation plan to cut $72 million from its $700 million operating budget by 2011, according to a Monday press release. The reductions include $47 million from the budget ...
Changes to the requirements for the biomedical engineering concentration in the Department of Engineering have left some students frustrated.
Chief Investment Officer Cynthia Frost topped the list of Brown's highest paid employees in 2007 with a package of $1,351,639, according to the University's most recent tax filings. Frost, who oversees ...
The members of the Brown Students for Barack Obama worked for months to get their candidate elected, and on Nov. 4 they finally celebrated the culmination of those efforts.
Professor of Computer Science Michael Black has the decency not to undress you with his eyes. But he's more than happy to do it with his computer.
Starting this fall, Residential Council will not make pass-fail decisions during its semester program house review.
Workers are still putting the finishing touches on Pembroke Hall, but a full Alumnae Hall commemorated its rededication at a ceremony Friday night.
A group of sheet metal and electrical workers gathered on Oct. 9 and 10 next to Pembroke Hall, holding signs and handing out flyers to express their concerns about the business practices of E.W. Burman, ...
If you're nervous about finding a job in the struggling economy, fear not - roughly one third of all federal employees are currently eligible for retirement, and the government is looking to replace those ...
The University increased its financial aid budget 21 percent for this fiscal year, though that may fall slightly short of the actual costs of providing aid.
After a recent internal report cautioned that international graduate students were failing to complete programs at a high rate, the Graduate School is exploring a way to create an "Early Start" program ...
Thanks to an unusually unpredictable admissions environment, the Brown family is just a bit larger this year. Brown enrolled 1,537 students in the class of 2012 - 52 more students than the expected enrollment ...
Want to study Farsi - a language spoken by millions of people in Iran and across the world - while at Brown? Before this year, you've had to go beyond the course catalog. But with a recent anonymous gift ...
If the Canadian government continues moving toward a ban on a compound used in many plastics, the cups in University dining halls may be considered too risky to drink from by America's northern neighbors. ...
Black athletes are exploited by universities, professional teams and the media, panelists said at a discussion titled "Reflections on Race and Sport in America" held Monday night in a packed Andrews Dining ...