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Students at the Global Mingle played games and learned about wellness tips in an event co-hosted by the GBC and CAPS.
Since Nov. 8, SJP has worked alongside other activist and affinity groups to “gather support and provide educational resources,” including putting together a teach-in in collaboration with Black students ...
Notable changes shared in the message include the implementation of a single-hearing officer model, an increase in the time frame of formal processes, the addition of opening and closing statements to ...
he resolution passed 11-1, with Ward 5 Councilor Jo-Ann Ryan being the only city council member to vote against the resolution. Three council members were absent from the vote.
As universities scramble to find an alternative method to bolster student body diversity in a post-affirmative action landscape, many have turned to prioritizing socioeconomic diversity.
BrownU Jews for Ceasefire Now have retained a lawyer, but declined to comment on any legal proceedings, representatives said.
The Racial Ecologies Collective is the result of a seminar taught by Modern Culture and Media Professor Macarena Gomez-Barris and Theatre and Performance Studies Professor Jayna Brown.
President Christina Paxson P’19 P’MD’20 said that although she releases public comments related to policy issues in higher education, she cannot comment on a ceasefire in Israel and Gaza “precisely ...
Möbius strips have captured the interest of mathematicians and the public alike due to their special geometric properties — these objects only have a single side.
This past Friday, the Watson Institute sponsored a conversation with leading documentarian Frederick Wiseman as part of the John F. Kennedy Jr. Initiative for Documentary Film and Social Progress.
The Herald poll explored topics such as Joe Biden's presidency, ChatGPT, relationship status and academic studies.
The project invited current Providence residents to submit their “plant stories” and work together with Adjunct Lecturer Heather McMordie to produce prints inspired by them.
The third set began in nearly the same way as the second, with a close battle between both teams, neither letting the other gain an extensive lead.