The City Plan Commission approved the University’s new Institutional Master Plan, which outlines the next 5 to 10 years of physical developments, at a meeting Sept. 19 evening.
The University signed a new collective bargaining agreement with the Brown University Security Patrolperson's Association.
A special legislative commission studying the placement of solar panels on interstate highways was announced in a September press release from the Rhode Island state House of Representatives. In their short inaugural meeting Sept. 13, the commission discussed which stakeholders to include in future ...
On March 5, Brown alum and current law student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Jamie Marsicano ’16 was arrested on domestic terrorism charges while attending a music festival as part of protests against the construction of the Atlanta Public Safety Training Center, nicknamed ...
Mumia Abu-Jamal’s personal collection of writings and materials will be exhibited on campus starting Sept. 28
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and the Department of Health announced the state’s first case of a mammal contracting the eastern equine encephalitis virus in 2023
This year’s Spring Weekend will be a one-day festival as a result of rising production costs and University-wide student group budget cuts, according to a Wednesday announcement from Brown Concert Agency. In keeping with recent Spring Weekends, entry to the festival will remain free for all undergraduate ...
Students alleged a lack of “fundamental instruction” and inequitable treatment of women and students of color in ENGN 0040.
Orlando Bravo ’92 stepped down from his post as a trustee on the Corporation in May.
‘No one ever prepares you for this’: Student journalists at UNC, MSU, UVA discuss experiences reporting on campus shootingsBy Sofia Barnett | September 20
As higher education grapples with an increase in school shootings, student journalists are the ones closest to the story. The Herald spoke with student journalists from UNC, Michigan State and UVA about their experiences covering gun violence at home and ...
‘The stars aligning’: Students reflect on Tougaloo-Brown exchange semester, share advice for applicantsBy Sofia Barnett | September 20
The Herald spoke to three Tougaloo students who completed their exchange semester through the Brown-Tougaloo exchange program.
The lecture explored the history of trans identities before moving to a discussion of “Trans Materialism” — which focuses on the “resources necessary for transition and the practices through which people transition” — such as housing and "access to public space without police harassment," ...
Linda Mason, former CBS News executive and class of ’64, was the first female producer for CBS Evening News.
Brown employees and students are 27 times more likely to donate to left-leaning candidates for federal office than right-leaning candidates.
Members of Sunrise Brown traveled to New York to join a demonstration calling on global leaders to take more aggressive action against climate change.
Rooted in student activism, new Critical Native American and Indigenous Studies concentration finds its footingBy Samantha Chambers | September 19
The University launched its Critical Native American and Indigenous Studies concentration this fall.
Brown ranks 230th among 286 of the most selective colleges in the country for socioeconomic diversity.
The 10th annual Design Week RI kicks off Tuesday afternoon, starting a five-day event organized by DESIGNxRI, a nonprofit organization that works to support Rhode Island’s design sector.
Park(ing) Day was founded in 2005 by Rebar, a San Francisco-based design studio, and has since expanded to include locations around the world.
Mala Noodles offers self-serve noodles, soups and stir fries that feature Mala seasoning.