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With 17 rebounds, Ada Anamekwe ’26 broke her career record in a game against Harvard.
“American Fiction” makes an exceptionally convincing argument that Black artists need to be able to tell new stories.
Despite individual performances, contests like the Ivy League Championships reward team performance — and as a whole, the Bears shone.
For Brown’s basketball teams, the announcement signifies the potential to play the most pivotal games of the year in front of a packed home crowd in Providence.
Ross Stein ’75 detailed three different instances of ethical dilemmas science during his presentation.
New pink booths, vivid posters and redone overhead lighting invite customers to enjoy Vivi's space, drinks and eats.
ATLA’s themes of hope, sacrifice, liberation and domination stand true now as much as ever, and the live-action remake still embodies these ideas while bringing the magic, cities and characters of the ...
The new office will focus on affordable housing initiatives, accessibility to behavioral health support and relationships with local community partners.
The Krieger lecture, named after an undergraduate student with an interest in politics and policy who died shortly after graduating, has brought a number of prominent political figures to campus ...
The mirror technique was also projected onto the floor in order to allow performers to contribute to the illusion both behind and in front of the mirror.
The GISP, created by Charlie Pliner ’26 and Nikolas Rohrmann ’26, recently heard from retired tennis player Todd Martin.
The GISP, created by Charlie Pliner ’26 and Nikolas Rohrmann ’26, recently heard from retired tennis player Todd Martin. Courtesy of Charlie Pliner ’26