Associate Professor of Classics and Comparative Literature Joseph Pucci remembers a grad school professor joking, "If anyone wants to make a name for him or herself" in the field of classics, "Fortunatus is the poet you want to study." Years later, Pucci is now offering what he believes is the only ...
Three Rhode Island School of Design juniors are planning to launch an online newspaper called the All-Nighter on Oct. 1. The paper will include school news, an opinions section and other components that will be discussed in the upcoming weeks.
Small changes to the Meiklejohn program this year are intended to instill a sense of community among peer advisers and to make Meiklejohns more aware of the issues first-years may encounter. Freshmen can communicate with their peer advisers before they even arrive on campus through the online Advising ...
After William McCormick III was accused of rape by a fellow student, his first lawyer represented and advised him in the Brown disciplinary process at the same time the lawyer's firm was representing the University in another matter, court records show.
In his lecture Wednesday night, Eboo Patel urged interfaith cooperation and pluralism in America, especially in response to last summer's tension between the Muslim and Christian faiths. Patel founded the Interfaith Youth Core in Chicago and was recently appointed to President Obama's Advisory Council ...
Brown Dining Services' student employees can win compensation for low-paying and unpaid summer internships through a fund created by a former BuDS worker and recent alum.
Like every year, the first week of classes was filled with bustle and energy as new and returning students shopped through classes and moved into dorms. The only difference was that this year it all happened one week earlier — making life easier for some, but causing conflicts for others.
Seasoned council members and freshly minted first-year representatives came together for the first official general body meeting of the Undergraduate Council of Students Wednesday. The council filled its vacant executive board positions and liaison roles through internal elections at the meeting.
The University completed asbestos abatement procedures in 22 residence halls over the summer, according to Facilities Management's Director of Project Management Paul Dietel, though none were in response to an imminent problem.