As TikTok and similar social media platforms continue to dominate young people’s screens and content consumption, some students have managed to build a large Internet following of their own as content creators.
On Tuesday afternoon, public health, anthropology, population studies and African studies scholars joined a presentation at the Watson Institute held by Elizabeth Pfeiffer, medical anthropologist and assistant professor of Anthropology at Rhode Island College.
When Brown announced Nov. 4 that the hours and operations of on-campus COVID-19 testing sites would be reduced, testing center employees were left questioning what the transition would mean for their positions. The change follows the University’s Oct. 25 transition to optional testing for fully ...
Brown has reduced the locations and hours of its on-campus asymptomatic COVID-19 testing program, according to an email from Executive Vice President for Planning and Policy Russell Carey ’91 MA’06 to the Brown community Thursday.
The number of students enrolled in both Korean language and culture courses at the University has increased in the past decade despite the small size of Korean studies and language staff. This trend is more pronounced among non-heritage students, who now outnumber the traditionally larger ...
As the sun set Saturday, hundreds of visitors and Providence residents gathered at the Providence River to watch WaterFire, a community gathering and fire-lighting performance routinely held from summer to the end of fall. The Oct. 16 performance was the first WaterFire to celebrate Black, Indigenous ...
Students at Brown and the Rhode Island School of Design have historically been able to register for certain courses at the other school as part of a long-standing agreement between the two universities established in 1900.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan and President of the American Academy of Diplomacy Ronald Neumann spoke to members of the Brown community Wednesday about the U.S. military withdrawal from Afghanistan and its implications.
Professor of Anthropology and Gender Studies Sarah William discussed reproductive healthcare and midwifery on the Yucatán peninsula of Mexico in a Sept. 24 lecture titled “Always Already Vanishing: Midwifery, Indigeneity, and the Mexican State.”
Following the Sept. 13 halt of all in-person dining due to an uptick in COVID-19 cases at Brown, community members have noted excessive amounts of food waste and trash piling up outside major dining halls across campus.