Rhode Island School of Design faculty, staff and students joined picketing custodians, groundskeepers and movers in the Teams Local 251 union Wednesday in the largest showing of in-person support yet for an indefinite strike that began April 3.
Brown, in partnership with other institutions, launched a network to increase recruitment from rural communities.
First-generation, undocumented and low-income students share their perspectives on studying abroad and the numerous obstacles planning for the experience presents.
Twelve Democrats have announced their candidacy to fill Rhode Island’s 1st Congressional District seat. The candidates are diverse, ranging from seasoned politicians to newcomers.
Dining coordinators announce new University food truck, detail plans for reusable containers at dining hallsBy Indigo Mudbhary | April 12
The Undergraduate Council of Students hosted a town hall with Vice President of Dining George Barboza, Director of Wellness and Nutrition Michelle Blais and Director of Retail Operations Bobby Noyes in the Petteruti Lounge Wednesday evening.
The Brown Center for Student of Color has named Ajeê Schaeffer and Gizelle Fernandez as new assistant director and program coordinator, respectively.
Congressman makes first campus visit since his election in 2022.
Quiz Bowl team won undergraduate division for the Intercollegiate Championship on April 1.
Elfred Anthony Pinkard has been named as the University's inaugural HBCU Presidential Fellow.
On April 10, videos circulated of an individual throwing a softball and breaking the window to the Provost’s Office.
AAUP-hosted presentation sparks frustration with administration from professors.
After a brief period of organizational restructuring, Decolonizing at Brown is returning to campus to resume its advocacy through a number of returning and new initiatives.
With 30 grants awarded in 2022-23, Brown is the third-highest Fulbright producing college this year.
Student volunteers spoke at a state House hearing on April 4th.
The Herald spoke with current students in the Program in Liberal Medical Education about social dynamics and academic flexibility.
This month, Columbia approves a controversial new center in Tel Aviv, and students at the Stanford Daily continue to report on allegations of their president’s scientific misconduct. Meanwhile, students across the country are preparing for their own campus music festivals.
During the University’s College Day, a cohort of local high school students met with the Young Entrepreneurship Program to learn more about community outreach programs.
From HIV/AIDS to protective protocols, four professors discussed the unique impacts that the pandemic had on the LGBTQ+ community.
Brown’s Division of Campus Life recently announced a plan to expand three on-campus affinity groups.
‘If it ain’t cheap, it ain’t punk:’ How Malana Krongelb ’19’s zine collection is democratizing knowledgeBy Julia Vaz | April 9
The Malana Krongelb zine collection, compiled a decade ago, still serves as inspiration for students on campus today.