Valerie Red-Horse Mohl, an investment banker and director of the film “Mankiller,” and legal scholar Honor Keeler ’05, visiting assistant professor of the practice in the Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative, discussed the legacy of Wilma Mankiller, the film’s subject, at a Thursday ...
Student initiative seeks to promote environmental activism, education on campus
‘Precarity of the African Spectacle’ film series explores ecological effects of capitalism, colonialismBy Hadley Carr | November 8
“The Precarity of African Spectacle” film series aims to address the social, political and ecological consequences of capitalism and colonialism.
The Department of Public Safety arrested 20 Jewish students who participated in a sit-in at University Hall Wednesday evening. The students, who entered earlier that afternoon, refused to willingly leave the building until President Christina Paxson P’19 P’MD’20 publicly committed to “include ...
Twenty Jewish students began a sit-in at University Hall Wednesday afternoon, demanding that the University administration and President Christina Paxson P’19 P’MD’20 support a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war and divest Brown’s endowment from “companies that enable war crimes in Gaza.” ...
Learn more about Brown’s long history of protests, demonstrations and sit-ins.
Departments and centers across the University have dedicated Wednesday in commemoration of National First-Generation Celebration Day.
Provost Francis Doyle provided updates on recent negotiations with the Graduate Labor Organization.
Paxson declines to comment on calls for ceasefire in Israel-Palestine, affirms support for free speech, scholarshipBy Ryan Doherty | November 7
At Tuesday's faculty meeting, President Christina Paxson P’19 P’MD’20 declined to comment on calls from faculty to support demands for a ceasefire in Israel-Palestine, but affirmed freedom of expression for scholarship and speech on the conflict.
Jewish community members and Brown-RISD Hillel staff set up 242 empty seats at a Shabbat table on the Hillel terrace for hostages held by Hamas, joining similar installations across the United States and the world.
Students discussed cycling on College Hill and criticized an element of a new agreement between Providence and its private colleges that leaves room for decreasing bike parking requirements.
The Stonewall House’s queer closet contains a general side and a gender-affirming supply side, both of which are open to students of all backgrounds.
Around 20 University community members gathered in Smith-Buonanno Hall Monday night for a teach-in on the Stop Cop City movement hosted by local prison abolition group RailRoad.
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.