Tired of reading Marx and Freud? Getting hand cramps from drawing benzene rings? This semester, nine students in a Group Independent Study Project on graphic novels are reading "Calvin and Hobbes" for class instead — and drawing their own multimedia masterpieces.
David Rohde '90, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for the New York Times, escaped a Taliban prison June 19 after more than seven months of captivity by jumping over the wall of the compound where he was being held.
Though a group of Brown students staged three sold-out performances and an encore of "The Vagina Monologues" this past weekend, attempts to produce the show at Catholic schools across the country have been resisted by a conservative Catholic advocacy group.
Chief Investment Officer Cynthia Frost topped the list of Brown's highest paid employees in 2007 with a package of $1,351,639, according to the University's most recent tax filings. Frost, who oversees the investment of the University's endowment, took home 55 percent more during that fiscal year than ...
Professor of Computer Science Michael Black has the decency not to undress you with his eyes. But he's more than happy to do it with his computer.