The University’s international student advising team, which offers guidance to the international undergraduate community, has expanded over the last year to include two new team members: Emily Collins Garcia, international student program manager, and Jason Serrano, who serves as international ...
Brown is set to pay an average of $8.7 million annually to Providence before possible deductions.
In an Aug. 31 email, the Student Activities Office announced to some student groups that SAO will no longer make exceptions to their “University Breaks" policy, which prohibits student group meetings and events during breaks.
Jacinda Ardern, the former prime minister of New Zealand, captured the attention of staff, students and community members as she reflected on her time serving in public office in a Thursday lecture. In the Pizzitola Sports Center, a crowd gathered to hear her speak at the 102nd Stephen A. Ogden Jr. ...
The Graduate Student Council held its second general body meeting of the semester Wednesday night, discussing solutions to food insecurity, as well as emergency funding and legal help available to students.
Maggie Millner ’13, a poet and senior editor at The Yale Review, spoke about her debut book — “Couplets: A Love Story” — Wednesday evening.
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Providence’s City Council announced the formation of a nine-member special tax commission to investigate the city’s current revenue streams and tax laws, and to consider possible alternative revenue streams on September 7th.
Students reflect on their experiences as members of the SOMOS Latinx Literary Magazine, citing the importance of Latinx cultural representation and inclusivity.
The rally follows LOCC’s press release last Friday announcing that a majority of community coordinators, live-in residential assistants employed by the University’s Office of Residential Life, intend to unionize.
After over a year of renovations, Churchill House reopened to University faculty and students this fall. The renovations to the building — which houses the Department of Africana Studies and the Rites and Reason Theatre — started in July 2022. The $20 million project added 3,000 square ...
President Christina Paxson P’19 P’MD’20 introduced a proposed Title IX pilot program that will seek to improve the University’s current processes at Tuesday’s faculty meeting. Administrators also discussed changes to Brown’s Ph.D. applications in light of the Supreme Court’s decision ...
Students involved with Housing Opportunities for People Everywhere aim to ensure equitable treatment for Rhode Islanders experiencing housing insecurity through direct outreach, advocacy and document-gathering clinics.
Sojourner House, a Providence-based nonprofit, has received one of eight grants as part of a new program from the Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women, allowing the organization to provide more extensive legal services.
Community members cite inclusivity, accessibility as benefits of new dining option
Students cite prior challenges with mislabeled food items, broader campus recognition
The Eviction Prevention Assistance Program, a successor of RentReliefR.I., ended Aug. 31. The program was funded by the remnants of $200 million in federal dollars from the Emergency Rental Assistance Program and $152 million in federal rental assistance allocated to Rhode Island as part of the American ...
Ava Stamatakis ’27 elected CCB first-year president, Bryson Boone ’27 elected vice president
Student groups argue that pedestrian safety should be emphasized through enhanced urban planning, not stricter law enforcement programs.
This Sunday, Providence’s participatory art carnival Wooly Fair returned for the first time since 2013. This year’s rendition, Wooly Fair 2023: Big Deal, featured many performers and 22 interactive games and art installations, and was held at the Steel Yard in Providence. Artists Sam White and David ...