The fare-free pilot, a quarterly RIPTA report noted, was “intended to increase transit ridership and improve access and mobility for low-income people.”
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Following the leak, dryers were placed in all affected areas. Sections of the basement and lobby were closed off through the weekend.
Proposals for the new transit center are due in April and the funding for the project is unfinalized.
The search committee is made up of deans from the Schools of Public Health and Professional Studies, as well as undergraduate and graduate representatives.
The six students participating in the group independent study project, all of whom identify as Indigenous, meet twice a week to discuss the language learning process and its broader history.
Kevin Simon, director of outreach and communications for Mathewson Street, praised RIPTA for quickly establishing the program, but also pointed out its shortcomings. "There’s gonna be an incredible ...
The boycott was organized in response to an employee telling Okezie Okoro ’22 to leave bar premises after a disagreement between him and an employee on April 7.
According to Director of Programs and Operations Chira DelSesto, the Brown Arts Institute oversees the Granoff Center, and will also manage the new performing arts center once it is operational.
Kevin Hoffman, a resident of Portsmouth, R.I., has been stuck waiting for buses two times in the past month, noting that “sometimes, buses don’t arrive at all.”
Black labrador Elvy will serve as a comfort and therapy dog for the Department of Public Safety and students, and may accompany DPS on call responses for students in crisis.
The provost is Brown’s chief academic officer, overseeing operations of the College, Graduate School, School of Engineering, School of Professional Studies, School of Public Health and Warren Alpert ...
Increased conversations about accessibility and the shape of learning have expanded the possibilities for more low-income, first-generation and international students to participate in experiential and ...