Panelists shared their experiences navigating sexism, direct misogyny they’ve endured throughout their academic careers.
Women's History Month
In honor of Women’s History Month, The Herald’s photography team spoke with female administrators, staff and students about a woman in their lives who inspires them.
As part of its 50 Years of Medicine at Brown celebration, the Warren Alpert Medical School hosted the opening of the #WallsDoTalk exhibit.
Soccer star Brittany Raphino ’23.5 discusses her soccer success, finding community and friendship in her team.
Olivia Pichardo ’26 made history Friday afternoon as the first woman to play in a Division I baseball game.
Simon ’25: What the past of Pembroke College can teach us about gender and community on campus todayBy Alissa Simon | March 21
In her column, Alissa Simon ’25 argues that gender-based communities on campus remain valuable even in a modern, coeducational environment.
Brown’s football quarterback coach Heather Marini discusses being first woman promoted to position coaching job in NCAA DI football.
Volleyball star Beau Vanderlaan ’25 discusses her athletic career, keeping her future open.
In the 2021-22 application cycle, 6.73% of male applicants were accepted to Brown, while only 4.06% of women were.
Women’s Refugee Care center of South Providence has become a source of critical assistance and community to area refugees.
At the University and at academic institutions across the country, women face obstacles to obtain tenure.
Nora Cowett '24 and Phoebe Dragseth '24 talk combining art and academics in the fashion industry.
Christiana Bannister, prominent hair doctress, abolitionist and philanthropist, was an influential figure in the Providence community in the late 1800s.