The Program in Liberal Medical Education — which allows students to earn their undergraduate and medical degrees in a single eight-year program — admitted a total of 97 students this year, including 20 early decision candidates, Ip wrote in an e-mail to The Herald. Both ...
Instead of venturing off to the jungles of South America or the cobblestone streets of Europe, Michael Riecken, an undergraduate at Catholic University in Washington, D.C., chose to spend his junior year "abroad" on College Hill.
After commencement, more Brown economics concentrators and graduate students will be heading to graduate school or taking on professorships than pursuing jobs on Wall Street this year, according to Andrew Foster, professor of economics and chair of the department.
Though students might not have known it, from January to March they were engaged in a friendly competition with universities across the United States and Canada. Known as RecycleMania, the competition encourages participating campuses to recycle more and to decrease the amount of waste they produce. ...
The New Curriculum started with a handful of undergraduates who wanted to improve their college experience. Now it is the defining aspect of one of the world's top universities — and Brown students and faculty have come to take it for granted.
Rain clouds met the approximately 650 students who converged on Brown's campus Tuesday to get a taste of University life during A Day On College Hill.
The John Hay Library has received a gift of 130 rare books and manuscripts, including the first two editions of Nicolaus Copernicus' "De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium," from Daniel Siegel '57, the owner of M&S Rare Books, a bookstore in Wayland Square on the East Side.
Thirty-two of Brown's top graduating artists, actors, writers, composers and directors will be honored at the 14th annual Weston Awards ceremony tonight at Stuart Theatre.Recipients of the William and Alethe Weston Fine Arts Awards are selected by faculty in the areas of Visual Arts, Theater Arts, Dance, ...
The Department of Athletics expects to lose about 30 coaches and staff this summer, but with a University-wide hiring freeze in place, it is unclear whether the department will be able to get approval to fill vacancies with new hires, Director of Athletics Michael Goldberger said.