Community Coordinators — students who work as live-in residential assistants and community leaders with the Office of Residential Life — announced that they plan to unionize in an Instagram post shared Friday morning.
The University has continued to advance plans for a new partnership program with several public and private HBCUs.
The Massachusetts Bay Commuter Authority announced that beginning Oct. 2, the last train running outbound from South Station on the Providence/Stoughton line will depart at 11:55 p.m. instead of the current 11:00 p.m.
Around 20 local politicians, University labor organizers and members of the Service Employees International Union Local 32BJ gathered outside Alumnae Hall Wednesday for a rally supporting the unionization of security guards employed by USENTRA, a private company that staffs security at two University-owned ...
UCS held their first-ever open house to share objectives and recruit undergraduates.
Here are seven student group events where attendees can dance, listen to live performances and find community.
The Herald spoke to staff, professors and students about the importance and future of the John Carter Brown Library.
TAs allege job uncertainty, reduced hours in biology course, unexpected termination in previously planned engineering courseBy Ashley Cai | September 27
TAs alleged job uncertainty and reduced hours in a biology course this fall, and unexpected termination in a previously planned engineering course last spring.
President Christina Paxson P’19 P’MD’20 and SPH Dean Ashish Jha discussed the past and future of public health at the University in a reception kicking off 10-year anniversary celebrations.
The Herald spoke to University community members about how book bans targeting LGBTQ+ authors, identities and themes impact readers in Rhode Island and beyond.
The Global Brown Center for International Students welcomed two new staff members to its team over the summer.
On Friday, award-winning Boston-area drag king Quyen Tran made the trek down to Providence to deliver her solo drag show, “Transformation.”
The account, which started last Spring, now has more than three thousand followers.
Pawtucket-based coffee supplier Hazel Origin Coffee will open its second location in a first-floor retail space in the Chen Family Hall in mid-November, co-owner Dulce Lopez told The Herald. Construction in the space is scheduled to begin this week.
The University signed a new collective bargaining agreement with the Brown University Security Patrolperson's Association.
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