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Federal government rescinds ICE, DHS decision prohibiting international students from remaining in the U.S. with a fully online course load

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Federal government rescinds ICE, DHS decision prohibiting international students from remaining in the U.S. with a fully online course load

July 14, 2020 0 comments

The Department of Homeland Security will rescind the regulations released July 6 barring International Students from remaining in the United States if their course load is entirely online, federal judge Allison Burroughs announced Tuesday.

First-year students will come to campus during the spring and summer semesters of Brown's tri-semester model.

COVID-19 Updates, University News

First-years balance excitement, concern over delayed arrival on campus

July 13, 2020 0 comments

The class of 2024 has to wait a little longer. After an unorthodox high school senior spring and an uncertain summer, first-years will not study on campus for the fall semester.

Faculty express cautious optimism for Brown’s three-term plan

COVID-19 Updates, University News

Faculty express cautious optimism for Brown’s three-term plan

July 11, 2020 2 comments

Weighing excitement to welcome students back to campus with the hope that their own health will be protected, five University faculty members told The Herald about their anticipations for the upcoming fall. 

Brown to file amicus brief in support of Harvard, MIT in lawsuit against ICE

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Brown to file amicus brief in support of Harvard, MIT in lawsuit against ICE

July 10, 2020 0 comments

Brown will file an amicus brief in support of the case brought in federal court this week by Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology against the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. 

Paxson denounces ICE guidance prohibiting international students from studying in U.S. with fully online course load

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Paxson denounces ICE guidance prohibiting international students from studying in U.S. with fully online course load

July 9, 2020 0 comments

President Christina Paxson P’19 wrote that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s new guidance for the Student and Exchange Visitor Program is “nothing short of cruel” in a community-wide email sent Wednesday afternoon.

Ivy League cancels all fall sports competition

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Ivy League cancels all fall sports competition

July 8, 2020 0 comments

The Ivy League canceled all fall athletic competition, according to an announcement released Wednesday afternoon. Winter sports will not begin until after Jan. 1. 

Housing, academic modifications announced for fall 2020

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Housing, academic modifications announced for fall 2020

July 7, 2020 0 comments

Returning undergraduate students must submit housing and meal plan preferences by July 15, according to an email from Dean of the College Rashid Zia ’01 and Vice President for Campus Life Eric Estes.

Brown to bring students back to campus for two out of three terms for 2020-21 academic year

COVID-19 Updates, University News

Brown to bring students back to campus for two out of three terms for 2020-21 academic year

July 7, 2020 4 comments

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the University will resume on-campus instruction in the fall under a tri-semester model.

Out of 1,600+ applicants, SPRINT awards 476 students funding for remote summer research opportunities

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Out of 1,600+ applicants, SPRINT awards 476 students funding for remote summer research opportunities

July 1, 2020 1 comment

In total, 476 students received a Brown Connect Collaborative SPRINT award as part of a University initiative to fund remote student research opportunities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

New motion in 1998 Title IX suit alleges Brown violated settlement with recent varsity demotions

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New motion in 1998 Title IX suit alleges Brown violated settlement with recent varsity demotions

June 29, 2020 2 comments

Amy Cohen ’92 and a group of 12 other plaintiffs — all female athletes who collectively sued the University in 1998 for violating Title IX legislation protecting gender equity in athletics — are challenging the University in court for allegedly violating the terms of the original settlement.