On Saturday afternoon, more than 200 students filed into Salomon 101 for the University’s Midyear Completion Celebration.
Their day starts at 4 a.m.
On Aug. 31, the Student Activities Office proposed changes to the Alumnae Hall performance stage after announcing in an email to student performance groups that due to sustained damage of some of the portable thrust platforms, the thrust would be temporarily out of use.
The Office of Information Technology is working to resolve a recent “bug” in the campus printing system, according to OIT staff.
Brown does not ‘directly invest in any weapons manufacturers,’ investment officials say at UCS town hallBy Charlie Clynes | November 30
During the town hall, Chief Investment Officer Jane Dietze and Investment Office Managing Director Peter Levine emphasized that the University has no direct investments in defense manufacturers and that the endowment’s only potential ties to the industry are through broader funds and indices. ...
Brown-RISD Hillel has received both support and backlash from the campus community after affirming support for Israel and Zionist students in a Monday email to its listserv following the shooting of three Palestinian college students last Saturday.
60 staff members signed onto a letter that called for the University to exempt 20 students from disciplinary proceedings after they were arrested at a sit-in.
‘There weren’t really words’: Brown community members react to shooting of Hisham Awartani ’25 in VermontBy Kathy Wang and Anisha Kumar | November 29
Brown students and faculty discuss devastation, anger, following the potential hate crime in which Brown junior Hisham Awartani ’25 was shot and injured.
Brown Poker Club creates collaborative environment for players, enjoys competitive intercollegiate successBy Grace Hu | November 29
Brown Poker Club offers students a collaborative and social space to play and learn poker strategy.
Community members on campus for Thanksgiving found community during the holiday in “Friendsgiving” celebrations
Sherrilyn Ifill, president and director-counsel emeritus of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, will speak at the University’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture in February.
Around 150 students and community members joined Jews For Ceasefire Now for a community gathering.
Undergraduate students reflect on their experiences in graduate-level classes.
While speakers’ comments ranged from condemnations of the shooting to political demands, they also highlighted Awartani’s character and values — a witty polyglot with a talent for archaeology and math who is intensely focused on others.
The University requested Monday that Providence’s City Solicitor’s Office dismiss the charges against the 20 Jewish students who were arrested after staging a sit-in at University Hall earlier this month, President Christina Paxson P’19 P’MD’20 told The Herald. The city has agreed to drop ...
Suspect arrested, charged in shooting of three Palestinian students, including Brown University juniorBy Neil Mehta | November 27
A suspect was arrested Sunday for the shooting of three Palestinian-American college students in Burlington, Vermont, according to the Burlington Police Department. The shooting occurred Saturday evening, and the victims include Brown undergraduate Hisham Awartani ’25, Kinnan Abdalhamid and Tahseen ...
After her passing in December 2022, Jennifer Bianco’s colleagues discussed her legacy of mentorship, support and care for the Brown community.
Within 10 years of graduation, 80 percent of Brown students will have pursued some form of graduate school or professional study. The Herald spoke to five undergraduate students about whether they plan to attain a graduate degree. While some students said that they plan to attend graduate ...
Gifts, pledges during FY23 total over $400 million for third consecutive year
On a campus known for its thrifting culture, Brown students have access to a breadth of vintage stores, but some find that the activity is still somewhat unaffordable.