Orlando Bravo ’92 stepped down from his post as a trustee on the Corporation in May.
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Neil Mehta is a University News section editor and design chief at The Herald. They study public health and statistics at Brown. Outside the office, you can find Neil baking and playing Tetris.
Brown ranks 230th among 286 of the most selective colleges in the country for socioeconomic diversity.
Far from home, students at Brown and the Rhode Island School of Design come together on College Hill annually to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. The Herald spoke with students and religious leaders on College Hill about how they adapt Rosh Hashanah traditions to a campus setting — ...
Content Warning: This article includes references to sexual assault. A University undergraduate has filed a lawsuit against Brown for allegedly mishandling a Title IX complaint following alleged sexual assault by a now-former lacrosse player.
U. alum startup Wingspans will head to Washington, D.C. next week to compete for the U.S. Department of Education Future Finder Challenge.
Several campus buildings faced flooding and leakages following a flash flood warning in some parts of Providence County Sunday afternoon.
A Herald analysis of compensation data — from IRS form 990 tax filings since 2013 and the Office of Institutional Research — identified a growing gap between compensation for Paxson and faculty members. And professors from Brown’s chapter of the American Association of University Professors ...
Extracurriculars, study abroad and student participation: Three takeaways from Brown’s latest student surveyBy Neil Mehta | September 6
The Office of Institutional Research released findings from its latest undergraduate survey, measuring student community engagement and perceptions of campus.
The contract’s announcement follows eight bargaining sessions between TALO and the University and marks the first agreement reached by TALO since CS TAs voted to unionize in March.
An applicant to Brown with parents in the top 0.1% of earners are over 2.7 times more likely to attend Brown than one from the bottom 20%, according to data from a new study by economists from Brown and Harvard.