The Global Brown Center hosted International Education Week events to promote intercultural education and support international students.
UCS calls on Brown to acknowledge oppression of Palestinian people, support end to violence in Palestine, IsraelBy Kathy Wang | November 20
UCS lists demands to University in school-wide communication following Wednesday’s listening session on Israel-Palestine conflict
Catch up on the latest reporting since 20 students were arrested at a University Hall sit-in calling for a ceasefire and divestment.
Brown administrators discuss protest policies, divestment, supporting students in light of Nov. 8 arrestsBy Sam Levine | November 20
Senior Vice President Cass Cliatt says the University will not take actions that express political views
Based on performance of test wells, Brown may integrate geothermal energy on campus
SJP discusses collaboration with campus groups, ‘standing alongside’ BrownU Jews for Ceasefire Now
Last month, the Title IX and Gender Equity Office released a series of revisions to their Title IX procedures, according to an Oct. 27 Today@Brown announcement. Notable changes shared in the message include the implementation of a single-hearing officer model, an increase in the time ...
Student protestors demand University protect free speech, call for ceasefire in Gaza
The event encouraged students to share their “feelings and experiences regarding campus climate, the Israel-Palestine conflict, student activism … (and) how UCS can be supportive through this time,” according to a UCS email to students.
On a snowy day roughly 12 years ago, shoemaker Anne Marika Verploegh Chassé’s train pulled into a city she had never heard of — Providence, Rhode Island.
‘A natural and necessary next step’: BrownU Jews for Ceasefire Now discuss group’s origins, sit-in preparationsBy Julianna Chang | November 17
On its first day of public activity, BrownU Jews for Ceasefire Now quickly became the center of attention on College Hill.
Brown religious leaders respond to the sit-in conducted by Jews for Ceasefire Now.
This story is part of The Herald's ongoing coverage of student arrests following a Nov. 8 sit-in at University Hall. To get more context and read our full coverage, click here.
University students hoping to live off campus can now look to Brunonians Living Off Campus, a three-part educational program created by the Office of Residential Life in partnership with the Undergraduate Council of Students that aims to help undergraduates navigate living outside of dorms.
‘A voice that will only get louder’: BrownU Jews for Ceasefire Now discuss sit-in, community response, next stepsBy Owen Dahlkamp | November 15
BrownU Jews for Ceasefire Now discussed their Nov. 8 sit-in at University Hall and the group’s next steps.
Faculty members expressed support for the 20 student protestors arrested Wednesday and urged President Christina Paxson P’19 P’MD’20 to call for a ceasefire in Israel-Palestine.
Brown’s Latines in Pre-Med fosters community through mentorship and networking opportunities.
Brown Initiative for Policy aims to come up with policy-based solutions to social issues.
Here's what you need to know about student activism for Palestine and the University's response.