On Monday, Feb. 6, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake devastated Turkey and Syria. More than 4,300 people have been reported dead at the time of publication, with thousands more left injured. Thousands of buildings have collapsed, leaving countless residents trapped under rubble and debris. Brown community ...
Lindemann has been under construction since 2019.
‘The biggest threat facing humanity’: School of Public Health experts discuss climate, health intersectionsBy Mira White | February 6
The School of Public Health hosts the first in a series of seminars titled Climate & Health.
‘Resolution does not come with labels’: Community members discuss efficacy of Race, Power and Privilege designationBy Bishakha Oli | February 6
The University community reflects on the first year of the Race, Power and Privilege designation.
The internship program will now only last the length of a semester and will be offered in both spring and fall.
Christopher Vanderpool ’24, author of the recall petition, criticizes recall election procedures implemented by UCS.
Students describe their mixed reactions to the recent UCS petition to recall current President Ricky Zhong ’23.
‘A force of nature’: Meenakshi Narain celebrated as renowned physicist, champion for diversity in STEMBy Neil Mehta | February 5
Meenakshi Narain, who passed away Jan. 1, is remembered by students, colleagues and family as a renowned physicist and tireless advocate for diversity in STEM.
The budget, which has significantly increased since last spring, will include funding for food-insecure graduate students.
TALO and the University agreed that all undergraduate, meta and head computer science teaching assistants who worked during the fall 2022 semester or are currently working during the spring 2023 semester are eligible to vote in the election. If the majority vote yes, the CS TAs will be represented ...
Some students’ perception of safety in Wayland Hall has decreased since an intruder was found in the building, but DPS has made efforts to ensure resident security.
Barsaat, Brown’s South Asian fusion a cappella group, cultivates the diverse skills and backgrounds of its members for musical performances.
Following new equipment updates at the beginning of the semester, the Nelson Fitness Center started using a live occupancy tracker to track the record number of students using the facility.
Students feel increasing pressure to apply for summer internships as spring semester starts.
As the spring semester begins, students and student groups across campus are celebrating the 2023 Lunar New Year, which marks the first new moon of 2023. Celebrations began Jan. 21 in the U.S. and Jan. 22 in Asia; in China, the holiday will end Feb. 6. Lunar New Year traditions trace back ...
The Graduate Labor Organization will begin renegotiating its collective bargaining agreement with the University this February in preparation for the previous contract’s expiration at the end of June, according to Ethan Bernstein, executive dean of administration and finance at the Graduate School. ...
The Born-Digital Scholarly Publishing Institute was established to promote diversity in digital academic publishing.
Watson’s Costs of War Project finds contracted workers in Afghanistan not properly compensated after injury, deathBy Jennifer Shim | February 1
New report sheds light on unacknowledged effects on third-party nationals of post-9/11 wars.
Ranney will step down on July 1 to helm the Yale School of Public Health: "It felt like the right time for me to take a leap,” she said.
Brown University students looked ahead to the rest of 2023 and discussed their resolutions for the year.