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The fact book found that housing has increasingly become less affordable in Rhode Island. In 2022, the median household income of Rhode Island homeowners was just under $100,000.
Currently, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority’s Iota Alpha chapter consists of two members: Emory Brinson ’24 and Kennedy Tyson ’26.
At the vigil, a Muslim student recited a passage from the Qur’an that is “often read when we are grieving and mourning for those we have lost,” and Hillel Rabbi Jason Klein shared a Jewish prayer ...
The Office of Undergraduate Admission aims to recruit a diverse applicant pool via “pathway programs, targeted outreach and pipeline programs,” according to the University’s web page detailing its ...
The University pulled $257 million — 17% of the total operating budget — from the endowment for FY 2024.
The newly formed student group Talk for Tomorrow publicized a vigil to be held Wednesday evening.
The facility will replace the University’s current outdoor practice space, Meister-Kavan Field.
YouTuber and animal rights activist Natalie Fulton talks to students at an event organized by Allied Scholars for Animal protections on Oct 10. The signs and posters for “HuMilk,” or human breast ...
Bruno won each set against Harvard by more than five points. The Crimson never led the Bears by more than three points during the entire match.
International Orientation was extended by a day to incorporate the inaugural International Identity Empowerment Conference, brought about by the Global Brown Center for International Students’ new Assistant ...
“Building these kitchens really ensures that every Jewish student, regardless of their level of commitment, background, or observance, is able to feel at home,” said Rabbi Josh Bolton, executive director ...
The election featured lower turnout than last year, with around 33.5% of students voting.
The court ruled that “Mr. Smith is entitled to explore Brown’s decision-making process without having to guess at what is behind the curtain,” the order reads.
Beau Vanderlaan ’25 and Cierra Jenkins ’24 combined for a key block late in the second set against Penn.
If approved, the two agreements would generate over $223 million for the city over the next 20 years, with the University paying an average of $8.7 million to Providence each year.
Heat pumps can heat and cool homes without the use of fossil fuels, making them a key piece of reducing emissions, officials from the state’s Office of Energy Resources said.
The nonprofit has since focused on education, working closely with schools, libraries and college students, as well as working to increase the number of native plants in Rhode Island.
At the Open House, members of the Undergraduate Council of Students described their past accomplishments and future priorities.