This story is part of The Herald's ongoing coverage of student arrests following a Nov. 8 sit-in at University Hall. To get more context and read our full coverage, click here.
University students hoping to live off campus can now look to Brunonians Living Off Campus, a three-part educational program created by the Office of Residential Life in partnership with the Undergraduate Council of Students that aims to help undergraduates navigate living outside of dorms.
‘A voice that will only get louder’: BrownU Jews for Ceasefire Now discuss sit-in, community response, next stepsBy Owen Dahlkamp | November 15
BrownU Jews for Ceasefire Now discussed their Nov. 8 sit-in at University Hall and the group’s next steps.
Faculty members expressed support for the 20 student protestors arrested Wednesday and urged President Christina Paxson P’19 P’MD’20 to call for a ceasefire in Israel-Palestine.
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BrownU Jews for Ceasefire Now organized the sit-in, which was in solidarity with the walk-out organized by Brown Students for Justice ...
Though it’s relatively new to Brown’s arts scene, the Black Music Lab — an in-development hub that works to amplify both artists on campus and beyond — has already managed to establish its presence on College Hill.
After Perkins Hall residents expressed concerns about repeated rat encounters, Facilities Management removed compost sites outside the residence hall
Building that began as “alternative technology laboratory” now houses IBES, stands across from Lindemann Performing Arts Center
Scholars from across northeast U.S. gather for presentations, discussion
The Haffenreffer Museum will relocate from its Bristol site to 1 Davol Square in Providence’s Jewelry District in fall 2025.
Suzanne Goin ’88 – a James Beard award-winning chef, author and restaurant owner – hosted a “Chef Dinner Night” at the Sharpe Refectory Thursday.
Valerie Red-Horse Mohl, an investment banker and director of the film “Mankiller,” and legal scholar Honor Keeler ’05, visiting assistant professor of the practice in the Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative and citizen of the Cherokee Nation, discussed the legacy of Wilma Mankiller, ...
Student initiative seeks to promote environmental activism, education on campus
‘Precarity of the African Spectacle’ film series explores ecological effects of capitalism, colonialismBy Hadley Carr | November 8
“The Precarity of African Spectacle” film series aims to address the social, political and ecological consequences of capitalism and colonialism.
The Department of Public Safety arrested 20 Jewish students who participated in a sit-in at University Hall Wednesday evening. The students, who entered earlier that afternoon, refused to willingly leave the building until President Christina Paxson P’19 P’MD’20 publicly committed to “include ...
Twenty Jewish students began a sit-in at University Hall Wednesday afternoon, demanding that the University administration and President Christina Paxson P’19 P’MD’20 support a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war and divest Brown’s endowment from “companies that enable war crimes in Gaza.” ...
Learn more about Brown’s long history of protests, demonstrations and sit-ins.