Brown plans to open its new athletic facility in time for the Spring 2026 season.
Library fully operational as of Monday morning
The Brown Lecture Board hosted Emmy-nominated actor and comedian Rainn Wilson Monday evening, an event which included a moderated conversation and a student question-and-answer session afterward. In a wide-reaching interview, Wilson covered a lot of ground: The conversation included topics ranging ...
Community members take photos, grab merch in support of LGBTQ+ community
Former and current students and faculty came together to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Writing Fellows Program in the Watson Institute for International Affairs Wednesday. The event featured a panel of writing fellow leaders past and present who discussed the role the program played during ...
On Monday, it was dog meat. On Tuesday, it was “HuMilk” — or, supposedly, human breast milk. At a table at the bottom of Wriston Quadrangle last week, a table staffed with volunteers handed out “samples” to willing students and had conversations with others.The samples? ...
Recent violence in Israel and Gaza, students told The Herald, has reverberated through campus — leading them to seek community and space to mourn.
Robinson Meyer, founder of Heatmap, discussed President Biden’s economic policies and their relationship to the energy transition at a Watson Institute lecture Thursday.
A Sept. 28 panel hosted by Brown Alt Protein Project allowed entrepreneurs and researchers to explore the future of protein and discuss the alternative protein scene.
Wake Forest University professor and former MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry spoke about barriers in higher education at a Thursday lecture hosted by the Center for Philosophy, Politics and Economics.
Students, faculty and community members gathered in Friedman Hall Wednesday for a panel discussion on gun violence prevention and safety. The event was hosted by the Brown chapter of Students Demand Action and was sponsored by the Swearer Center and Taubman Center.
China Care at Brown connects students from Brown and the Rhode Island School of Design with local Chinese American children
‘Critical for us understanding each other’: A look into Brown’s Native American and Indigenous collectionsBy Finn Kirkpatrick | October 11
Collections at JCB, Hay highlight history of Native American and Indigenous people
Global Brown Center grows international advising team, extends pre-orientation program
The Herald examined how backgrounds differed among students who submitted standardized test scores, applied early decision, took advanced or college-level courses, submitted video introductions and hired independent SAT or ACT tutors and college counselors.
Council provides recommendations on HIV prevention, treatment
University Hazing Prevention Coalition expands StopHazing partnership with mandatory online modules for student groupsBy Julianna Chang | October 11
Partnership aims to expand hazing awareness, build healthy social communities on campus
‘Inconvenient,’ ‘wasteful,’ ‘frustrating’: Students react to removal of paper towels, air purifiers from on-campus housingBy Aniyah Nelson | October 11
Students cite concerns about hygiene, accessibility, sustainability
Indigenous academic activists from Russia spoke about how the ongoing war in Ukraine has impacted Indigenous communities.
Sift, a new Google Chrome extension developed by Brown students, aims to show shoppers cheaper alternatives to online shopping options.