The election featured lower turnout than last year, with around 33.5% of students voting.
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The docuseries credited the photographers who were key figures in helping the supermodels reach their current positions.
The line between funny surface-level movies and funny movies with substance is not easy to pass, but John Carney’s “Flora and Son” makes the feat look effortless.
Conroy Outar, co-owner and chef of Ja Patty has attended the event for a few years and said he keeps coming back because of “the vibes (and) the people.”
The symposium was hosted by the Brown University Library, the Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women and the Ruth J. Simmons Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice.
Affinity-based pre-professional student groups have been expanding in recent years, including pre-law societies like La Alianza, the Women’s Pre-Law Society and the Black Pre-Law Society.
Saturday's victory over Princeton marked the Bears’ 23rd straight Ivy League game without a loss, a streak that stretches back to 2018.
“The idea is that anybody who walks in and enters a participatory art carnival is not just a spectator but a part of the fair,” said Event Coordinator Abby Phillips. “You’re here to be a part ...
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.
Courtesy of HerbUX Beyond speaking with industry professionals, the team decided to put together a community survey to better understand people’s relationships with plants. While they highlight that ...
Beau Vanderlaan ’25 and Cierra Jenkins ’24 combined for a key block late in the second set against Penn.
At every turn, Wes Anderson wants the viewers to know that they are watching a film: He shows set changes, props being brought in and out by stagehands and characters constantly breaking the fourth wall. ...
The Labor Organization of Community Coordinators will deliver a formal letter requesting voluntary recognition from the University on Tuesday.
Maria Jimeo, a union steward for SEIU Local 32BJ, said that she attended the rally in support of USENTRA workers and hopes they can secure better benefits through unionization.
20 students have already expressed interest in joining. “You could spend all your time inside doing homework or you could go outside and experience Rhode Island,” said Charles Alaimo ‘25, the organizer ...
The book's precursor, "The Book of Delights," was a winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award for Poetry.
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.