While Brown’s campus is known for its rigorous academic curriculum and diverse student body, it is also home to a thriving music scene. For some, College Hill is where a hobby of playing music became something bigger.
Founded in 1764, Brown University has lived a life spanning several centuries. As the seventh-oldest institution of higher education in the United States, the University has seen a world of war, peace, protest, technology and so much more. In 258 years, the University has managed to accumulate a ...
In warm weather, Brown’s quads are known as gathering places for students to throw a frisbee or quietly read a book. But all year round, the University’s outdoor spaces also host different types of gatherings: protests.
The Hay’s staff were inspired to create the exhibit after the landmark Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization Supreme Court Case, which overturned the decades-long upheld constitutional right to an abortion.
Today, Brown’s ASL program has two faculty members, both of whom are deaf, and offers four levels of language classes along with an independent study in Sign Language/Deaf Studies.
The University continues to “strongly recommend” community members obtain and remain up to date on their COVID-19 vaccinations as the federal Public Health Emergency comes to a close Thursday.
The discussion was organized in collaboration with VISA 1600: “Social Practice: Art in Everyday Life,” the LGBTQ Center, BWell and Brown Arts Institute.
Women faculty task force issues report detailing gender-based disparities in representation, compensation of Brown facultyBy Sofia Barnett and Natalie Villacres | May 3
According to the report, women faculty are underrepresented across all ranks and disciplines at the University, treated inconsistently with Brown’s Code of Conduct and, on average, paid less than men.
The talk closed the Department of Political Science’s lecture series on challenges to democracy.
The first public performance in the Lindemann is scheduled to take place on October 21.
Timothy Bewes wins National Book Critics Circle Award with ‘Free Indirect.’
Saal's research has "spurred a re-evaluation of the moon's formation."
Brown Mock Trial placed 6th out of 48 at Nationals this year — the team’s highest ever.
A scholar of American social history and a faculty advisor to several university sports teams, Howard Chudacoff reflects on his 53 years at Brown.
UFB elected a treasurer, secretary and ombudsperson Tuesday night.
Emerson Prison Initiative exhibition at Watson Institute spotlights essays written by currently, formerly incarcerated college studentsBy Sofia Barnett | April 25
In collaboration with the Emerson Prison Initiative, the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs is hosting an exhibition showcasing essays written by formerly and currently incarcerated college students.
During his time at Brown, Jones earned a reputation as a gentle, selfless and innovative professor who spearheaded access to mental health care for students and staff.
‘Someone who just embodies so much’: Remembering Panetha Ott, director of admission and international recruitmentBy Kathy Wang | April 25
Panetha Ott, the Office of College Admission’s director of admission and international recruitment, died in early December after 33 years of serving the University community.