Former Pembroke students detail discrimination they faced as the all-women’s college and Brown became one.
Faculty reflect on experiences with misogyny, harassment and bonding with other women.
Remi Wolf, JID, Ethel Cain, Doechii, Alice Longyu Gao and 070 Shake will take the stage for this year’s Spring Weekend, according to the Brown Concert Agency. The line-up leaked a few hours before its official release in a now-deleted Instagram story from Alice Longyu Gao.
Spring Weekend organizers detail logistics for Brown’s largest student-run event.
Students cited the open curriculum and Brown’s campus culture as reasons they were drawn to the University.
“Piano (de)composition” by Devanney Haruta ’16 GS challenges traditional value systems in music.
The Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity recently released the Campus Climate Survey for the first time since 2018.
‘Where the fast eat the slow’: Commander of Cyber Command, NSA director discusses U.S. cybersecurity at Watson eventBy Ryan Doherty | April 5
Paul Nakasone described some of the issues and considerations he deals with as a leading expert in cybersecurity.
Farha Mithila GS was elected GSC President.
Suggestions were given for addressing the gender wage gap, even though professors generally did not expect the gap to narrow anytime soon.
DPS, Providence Police find 'no evidence of a credible threat' following bomb threat against Muslim Student CenterBy Emma Gardner and Owen Dahlkamp | April 4
A caller contacted the Providence Police Department threatening to bomb the Muslim Student Center in Champlin Hall around 2:30 a.m. Tuesday morning, according to a listserv email from the Brown Muslim Students Association, a community-wide email sent by the Department of Public Safety and a Providence ...
Faculty will have to submit final grades within 72 hours of their final examinations under the policy, which comes into effect in July.
Brown expects balanced budget as funding requests exceed expected revenue by $115 million in proposed budgetBy Sofia Barnett and Ryan Doherty | April 4
Updates to the gifts and grants policy were also announced at the April faculty meeting.
Since 2021, the University has faced three major lawsuits concerning its Title IX policies and procedures.
The striking workers held a picket line protest on Monday, joined by student supporters and community members who carried signs, banged pots and pans, chanted into megaphones and called upon passersby to “skip class” and join in the protests.
In her position, Kristin Malloy manages the daily responsibilities associated with the University’s ADA compliance and develops training presentations that aim to bolster inclusion on campus.
Ruth Oppenheim, a 95-year-old Holocaust survivor, reflects on journey to Brown, where she worked as the manager of the dean of the College’s office, after childhood in Germany.
Activists and protestors criticized the decision to invite Leung Chun-ying, citing his response to 2014 protests and his alleged undermining of academic freedom in Hong Kong.
The Herald reviewed its archives and spoke with current activists, faculty and staff about the importance of student voices in the past, present and future of climate advocacy on campus.