Health Services is now offering free, over-the-counter emergency contraception at the on-campus pharmacy, according to a Sept. 7 Today@Brown announcement to the University community.
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Aniyah Nelson is a University News editor overseeing the undergraduate student life beat. She is a junior from Cleveland, Ohio concentrating in political science and sociology. In her free time, she enjoys listening to music and watching bloopers from The Office.
Elfred Anthony Pinkard has been named as the University's inaugural HBCU Presidential Fellow.
The Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity recently released the Campus Climate Survey for the first time since 2018.
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.
With its sights set on the future, the University’s first Latinx pre-law society, La Alianza, has plans for extensive programming and reform on campus.
A symposium held Feb. 18-19, co-sponsored by the Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity and the Department of Africana Studies, celebrated the lives of Lani Guinier and bell hooks.
Omar Bah, a former refugee from The Gambia and founder of the Refugee Dream Center, is working with Americans to build a model to empower refugees in the United States.
The University added a provision to its nondiscrimination policy that explicitly prohibits caste-based discrimination, announced in a Dec. 1 press release. In fall 2022, the Corporation — the University's highest governing body — voted to adopt the amendment to its policy statement, which ...
Over 100 students crowded into the Kasper Multipurpose Room in the Stephen Robert ’62 Campus Center on Monday night to celebrate Diwali, a religious festival in Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism. Dressed in a variety of traditional South Asian clothing such as kurtas, lehengas and shararas, ...