The University’s postdoctoral researchers and Dean’s Faculty Fellows announced their plans to unionize Friday afternoon, according to a press release shared with The Herald. If successful, the Brown Postdoc Labor Organization would become the third group to unionize on Brown’s campus this year, ...
77% of faculty voted to approve a motion to integrate the Committee of Grievance and the Procedural Integral Committee.
The Herald spoke with Nobel Prize-winning chemist Carolyn Bertozzi, who delivered a Lemley Family Lecture Wednesday, about her research, identity and life experiences.
The Herald explored trends in undergraduate student worker unionization and reasons for its rapid growth.
The Cogut Institute for the Humanities provides students, faculty and community members the opportunity to think about the humanities in a collaborative, interdisciplinary environment.
The Labor Organization of Community Coordinators is working to translate member demands into a first draft of a contract as organizers gear up for the start of negotiations with the University after winter break.
On Nov. 2, Mayor Brett Smiley’s administration had requested that the city’s Board of Contract and Supply consider the allocation of $3.35 million to United Way of Rhode Island, a nonprofit organization that focuses on advancing racial equity.
Earlier this fall, Brown announced that it would enter an agreement to strengthen its existing affiliation with Lifespan, the largest hospital system in Rhode Island, starting in 2024.
Provost Francis Doyle proposed the establishment of a new Associate Provost of Faculty Affairs.
Following a Nov. 7 Department of Education letter to universities, President Christina Paxson P’19 P’MD’20 said the University will be reconsidering its policies regarding Title VI, which prohibits discrimination based on color, race and national origin.
Southside Community Land Trust manages over 60 community gardens and urban farms throughout Rhode Island.
International students discuss plans to study abroad and reflect on their experiences.
Vendors sell a wide array of goods at The Providence Flea’s holiday markets.
By dollar value, Brown’s financial aid packages are squarely in the middle of the pack among its Ivy League peers. But it consistently ranks lowest or second-lowest in the Ivy League in the portion of students who apply for and receive financial aid, The Herald’s analysis of Common Data Sets ...
Community members raise concerns over definition’s applications, cite lack of specific regulations
While working in various mediums and materials, five RISD student artists share the common goal of storytelling
Content warning: This article includes mentions of suicide.
This November, the Brown/Fox Point Early Childhood Education Center celebrated its 50th anniversary as a resource for Fox Point and University-affiliated families with young children.
As the class of 2024 begins to look beyond their time on College Hill, immediately starting graduate school may seem like the natural next step for some. But many are considering taking a gap year before committing to a graduate degree.