On March 9, 110 students protested the repeal of affirmative action and called for the end of legacy admissions.
On Thursday night, Justin Bolsen '26 emerged victorious from Jeopardy! High School Reunion Tournament, winning the $100,000 grand prize and a spot in the tournament of ...
Paxson will begin her three-year term on the board in April.
Sunrise Brown delivered a presentation at a UCS town hall Wednesday in which they overviewed their recent report on Brown’s relationship with the fossil fuel industry.
The University sororities have concluded their rush process, with less than half of those registered for rush accepting bids.
From renting out clothing to swapping pieces with other students, Fashion at Brown hopes to continue their partnerships in making clothing more sustainable and affordable.
According to Paxson, the group’s first recommendation was to “amend the Openness In Research Policy” — which states the University’s commitment to freedom of research — to include a clause ensuring that the University’s grant and gift acceptance policies align.
HES program has expanded from HBCU graduates to include RI residents and graduates of HSIs.
Almost one year after being announced at the April 2022 faculty meeting, the Critical Native American and Indigenous Studies concentration is now available for students.
The changes have not yet been officially proposed.
For the 2022-23 academic year, three Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistants are helping undergraduate students improve their language skills in multiple University language programs.
The Ukrainian House at Brown gained official University recognition.
The Office seeks to grow its visibility and support programming like a planned spiritual residential community in the new Brook Street dorms.
The campaign calls on the University to dissociate from the fossil fuel industry and reinvest in the Providence community.
With its sights set on the future, the University’s first Latinx pre-law society, La Alianza, has plans for extensive programming and reform on campus.
Authors of “Surrogate Humanity: Race, Robots and Technological Futures” discuss connections between technology and race.
Journalist Azad Essa discussed Zionism and Hindutva at a book talk Thursday.
Undergraduate computer science teaching assistants voted 303-28 in favor of unionizing, announced a National Labor Relations Board representative following the tabulation of votes cast in the election. 331 total votes were cast, with 91.5% in favor and 8.5% opposed. 541 people were eligible to vote. ...