The Department of Computer Science announced revised concentration requirements to students within the department at a meeting Oct. 23. The new requirements, which are not yet finalized, strive to better prepare students for 1000-level courses. Currently enrolled students planning to concentrate in ...
Last weekend, more than 160 students from more than 40 universities across the United States and Canada convened on College Hill for the inaugural College Climate Gathering hosted by Sunrise Brown. From Nov. 3-5, participants attended workshops and panels centered around campus climate organizing and ...
In August 2022, staff at the University’s Investment Office contacted the student-run Brown Investment Group for a potential meeting. The purpose of the meeting, according to former BIG presidents Ian Becker ’24 and Ben Piekarz ’24, was “not completely clear” at the time.
Thursday's event was part of a year-long discussion series about concepts related to artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The general body reelected Farha Mithila GS as GSC President .
Joel Revill GS is the new deputy dean for academic and student affairs.
Since 2001, Brown applicants have had the option to apply to the University via early decision — a binding admissions practice with a deadline months before regular decision applications. On Wednesday, the latest cohort of hopeful Brunonians submitted their binding applications. But this policy’s ...
The Undergraduate Council of Students hosted a student labor town hall Wednesday focused on the experiences of on-campus student workers. The meeting included comments from on-campus student union members from the Teaching Assistant Labor Organization, Graduate Labor Organization and Labor Organization ...
An anti-hazing and philanthropic organization, the fraternity currently serves 18 undergraduate members and several affiliated alumni.
Ashley Kim ’24 was elected as UCS Student Activities Chair Monday.
Ghost tour founder tells haunted histories of Annmary Brown Memorial, University Hall
Renovated Africana Studies building opened for use in fall 2023
Trick-or-treating, pumpkin carving, cow theft marked previous celebrations
Students discuss theme communities, dorm features
On a dark and not-so-stormy night, students lined up outside Sayles Hall for the Japanese Cultural Association’s annual haunted house.
As Rhode Island settles into the colors of a New England fall, students and community members may notice one exception to the emblazoned foliage on campus: the American elm tree on the Main Green.
Campus has come alive with students scrambling to pull together last-minute costume ideas.
Approximately 500 students walked out of classes Wednesday afternoon to voice support for Palestine, demanding that the University “end its complicity in the genocide in Gaza.”
Researchers, college advisors and admissions staff discuss the potential space for artificial intelligence in college admissions.