The Office seeks to grow its visibility and support programming like a planned spiritual residential community in the new Brook Street dorms.
Sarah OnderdonkSenior Staff Writer
Former Brown-RISD dual degree program associate director reflects on transition to CAPS psychotherapistBy Sarah Onderdonk | February 22
Zager hopes to find more opportunities to integrate art into her clinical work, as art and psychology can often come together to present opportunities for expression.
‘Ingrained in the very foundations of our buildings’: Students discuss history of University Hall building, connection to slaveryBy Sarah Onderdonk | February 12
University Hall is a symbol of Brown’s history and prestige, but it has a complicated past.
‘Critiquing the idea of consent’: Professor Emily Owens discusses violence against enslaved women in Antebellum southBy Sarah Onderdonk | February 9
History Professor Emily Owens gave a talk at the Pembroke Center on the legal and ideological underpinnings of violence against enslaved women.
Andrews House has a long history at the University beyond its service as a COVID testing site.
The University’s new Center for Philosophy, Politics and Economics, established July 1, has seen “an exciting period of growth” during its first semester, said David Skarbek, the center’s director and associate professor of political science.
When Saadhya Bahudodda ’24 first came to Brown in fall 2021, she attended an event where she learned about the Swearer Center for Public Service's Engaged Scholars Program, which allowed certain concentrators to pursue community engagement within their field of study.
While many Brown students come to the University from afar, only a small percentage are from the Ocean State. According to the University’s Office of Institutional Research 2021-2022 Common Data Set, 94% of undergraduates are from out of state. The Herald spoke with four undergraduates who fall ...
Daylight saving time ended Sunday, which means that the sun will set over Providence before 5 p.m. each evening until February. When the time changes and it is “darker than normal,” community members change their routines slightly, including their commute and “day-to-day activities,” ...
Latham Thomas, founder of maternity lifestyle brand Mama Glow, and Sarah Williams, visiting assistant professor of anthropology and gender studies, discussed their journeys with reproductive justice in a conversation hosted by Doulas@Brown in the Multipurpose Room of the Health & Wellness Center ...