Slackliner Melissa Bowe '11 had a prolific November. She captured first place at the Gibbon Games East International Slacklining Competition in Boston, and won first place at the online Queen of Slackline competition, beating out over 70 other female competitors.
In collaboration with Northwestern and Stanford universities, Brown announced Oct. 11 the creation of a new dance studies program that incorporates doctoral fellowships and summer seminars for the expansion of research and scholarship in the field of dance studies.
President Obama swept into office in 2008 with significant support from college students, winning roughly 94 percent of the vote at Brown's on-campus polling center and 63 percent across the state. But with slightly more than a year to go before the 2012 presidential vote, Providence area college students ...
Correction appended. Twenty-five members of the Brown Taekwondo team brought home medals galore, trophies and, for the first time, the national title at the National Collegiate Taekwondo Association Championships April 9-10. The national tournament at the University of California at Davis hosted more ...
Brown and the Rhode Island School of Design are exploring the use of shipping containers in energy-efficient design for sustainable housing. The schools received $150,000 last month for the project through the Economic Development Administration, a U.S. Department of Commerce agency.
What happens when you throw some chickens, cats, a group of parrots and perhaps even a deer into a home? "Once Upon a Time," the unique media exhibit at the Rhode Island School of Design museum, juxtaposes the absurd with the realistic to examine questions of daily life and domesticity.
The bright, cheerful colors of the background contrast with the brooding darkness of the central figure. Todd Stong '14 captures a certain loneliness in his contemplative self-portait, on display in the 31st Annual Student Exhibition in the David Winton Bell Gallery.
Kerrissa Heffernan summed up the scope of the Royce Fellowship for Sport and Society with the story of a simple trade. Ask a former child soldier to trade his gun for a soccer ball, she said, and "the kid would say okay … It's powerful stuff."