Mala Noodles offers self-serve noodles, soups and stir fries that feature Mala seasoning.
The event was jointly organized by members of the Moroccan student community at Brown, who coordinated with the Brown Muslim Students’ Association and the University’s Arab Society
Latest rankings tie Brown with Northwestern University and Johns Hopkins University at No. 9.
The Center recently onboarded two new professional staff members: Assistant Director Ruby Cheng and Program Coordinator Syrina Robinson.
In a series of summer renovations, Jo’s saw major changes to walls, seating and lighting.
Students seeking campus jobs flocked to Sayles Hall on Friday afternoon to meet with various University employers at the Student Employment Fair, which saw hundreds of students meet with a variety of University employers.
The University completed renovations on several campus spaces — including the Sharpe Refectory, Graduate Center Tower C and the John Carter Brown Library — over the summer.
Seth Berkley ’78 MD ’81, has spent a career promoting vaccination. This fall, he returned to Brown, his alma mater, as senior advisor to the Pandemic Center at the School of Public Health to continue his work.
A survey conducted in 2022 by the Department of Planning and Development found that addressing building quality and affordable housing over the next two decades is a top priority for Providence residents.
Far from home, students at Brown and the Rhode Island School of Design come together on College Hill annually to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. The Herald spoke with students and religious leaders on College Hill about how they adapt Rosh Hashanah traditions to a campus setting — ...
Buyer of stolen Harvard Medical School human remains pleads guilty
On Sept. 5, Gabe Amo, a former White House aide under the Obama and Biden administrations, won the special primary election for Rhode Island’s 1st U.S. Congressional District.
Rhode Island’s housing challenges remain stark and will take significant time to improve, Secretary of Housing Stefan Pryor told the Special Legislative Commission to Study Housing Affordability Tuesday afternoon.
This story was initially published in The Herald’s Guide to Brown earlier in September.
Poet Kwame Dawes read a collection of his recent poetry for an audience of University students and faculty Wednesday evening.
Hurricane Lee is expected to bring heavy rain through New England as the Category 2 storm expands in size, potentially sparking flash flood warnings and shelter-in-place recommendations. The third major hurricane of the 2023 Atlantic hurricane season, Lee formed on Sept. 5 from a tropical depression ...
Content Warning: This article includes references to sexual assault. A University undergraduate has filed a lawsuit against Brown for allegedly mishandling a Title IX complaint following alleged sexual assault by a now-former lacrosse player.
The University’s Undergraduate Finance Board faced a $1.5 million gap between the funding requested by student groups and the money it could disperse to them this year, UFB President Arjun Krishna Chopra ’25 told The Herald. UFB, the student government branch that allocates student ...
Health Services is now offering free, over-the-counter emergency contraception at the on-campus pharmacy, according to a Sept. 7 Today@Brown announcement to the University community.
The School of Engineering added a new design engineering concentration to their degree offerings, according to a press release from late August. The new concentration connects to a variety of subject areas — from data science to graphic design — and will allow students to apply engineering principles ...