Brown employees and students are 27 times more likely to donate to left-leaning candidates for federal office than right-leaning candidates.
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Latest rankings tie Brown with Northwestern University and Johns Hopkins University at No. 9.
This story was initially published in The Herald’s Guide to Brown earlier in September.
Of the 1,700 first-year students, 710 answered questions about their political views, admissions files, lifestyle and more.
Both President Christina Paxson P'19 P'MD'20 and Provost Francis J. Doyle III pointed to the national dialogue on admission practices as reasoning for the committee’s formation. But Doyle also emphasized the independent nature of the committee's work.
Following the Supreme Court’s June decision to restrict the use of race in college admissions, the future of admission practices at elite colleges remains uncertain. ...
The application will have three required 250-word supplemental essays. Two remain the same from last year’s, asking students about the open curriculum and what brings them joy. A new prompt asks students to reflect on their upbringing: It asks students to “share how an aspect of your growing ...
Following the June 29 Supreme Court ruling outlawing race-conscious college admissions, student organizations at Brown were swift to denounce the decision — and called for the University’s Office of College Admission to solicit student input during this process.
On Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled that the use of race-conscious admissions at Harvard and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill violates the Equal Protection Clause of 14th Amendment.