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Six distinguished leaders and scholars are slated to receive honorary doctorates during Commencement this year: Douglas W. Diamond ’75, Elaine G. Luria, Bernicestine Elizabeth McLeod Bailey ’68 P’99 ...
The University’s tax-exempt status for its institutional properties dates back to its 1764 charter. In the last two decades, the University has signed two agreements to make voluntary monetary contributions ...
Explore business turnover on Thayer since 2000 with The Herald’s interactive timeline.
Representatives from developer CV Properties presented their proposal for a project combining I-195 Redevelopment District Parcels 14 and 15 and the adjacent University property at 198-200 Dyer St. at ...
There are a number of bills currently active in the Rhode Island General Assembly, spanning topics such as healthcare, police accountability and voting. Bills meant to address issues of shoreline access, ...
A newly proposed mixed-use project in the I-195 Redevelopment District would combine two parcels with an adjacent property owned by the University, according to an April 12 University press release. ...
Thayer Street and the Blue Room have some good offerings, and you may feel overwhelmed by everything going on at Brown, but there’s a whole world beyond campus to explore. The Herald put together a ...
At 93 Benevolent Street sits a house with brown and green wood siding and maroon-painted frames. The house, restored by the University under Ruth Simmons’ administration and now occupied by a family ...
Explore how different student demographics feel about everything from affirmative action to their social life.
Correction: President Christina Paxson P'19 P'MD'20's approval rating is 32.3% among all students, including those who strongly and somewhat approve. 28.2% of all students strongly ...
More than six years after initially proposing a controversial residential development in the Jewelry District, the Fane Organization announced Friday that its proposed luxury building will not be constructed. ...
After five years on Thayer Street, Ganko Ittetsu Ramen management announced that its Thayer location closed permanently as of Feb. 19, via a sign posted on the storefront.
As a nonprofit institution, the University does not pay property taxes on its institutional properties — a condition that dates back to the University’s 1764 charter.
From protests and campaigns to voter registration drives and fundraisers, activism efforts in Providence have taken many different forms to address the issues faced by local communities. Today, Providence ...
From singing telegrams by the Ursa Minors to romantic messages published in The Herald in the 1970s, students at Brown have celebrated Valentine’s Day heartily throughout the University’s history. ...
Since fall 2019, passers-by on Angell Street have watched the construction of the coming Lindemann Performing Arts Center. Similarly, a closed-off passage of Brook Street and two buildings that rapidly ...
With Valentine’s Day just seven days away, here are 14 date ideas — for singles, couples and groups alike — to celebrate love in the coming weeks.
A new design for a 550-foot skyscraper known as the Fane Tower was brought before the I-195 Commission at a meeting Jan. 18.
See how Brown's property holdings expanded from two lots between Waterman and George streets to a campus that spans the city of Providence
On Monday, staff and customers learned that Blue State Coffee on Thayer Street would permanently close later in the week. Four days later, on Nov. 17, the shop served its final cup of coffee.