The forgotten reportBy Sydney Ember | May 23
Acclaimed Nigerian writer and Professor of Africana Studies Chinua Achebe was awarded the 2010 Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prize at a ceremony at the Hudson Theatre in New York City Wednesday evening.
The Office of Residential Life is aggressively attempting to move more students to off-campus housing next year to combat the overcrowding that has continued to plague the University's residence halls, said Senior Associate Dean of Residential and Dining Services Richard Bova.
Administrators are investigating a forged letter posted Wednesday in Keeney Quadrangle.
A letter posted in residence halls Sept. 29 that purported to be from the Office of Residential Life announcing the installation of closed circuit television cameras was a hoax, according to Senior Associate Dean of Residential and Dining Services Richard Bova.
Facing a less dire financial situation, the University's highest governing body will meet this weekend to begin planning for the next phase of capital projects and initiate discussions on opening new revenue streams to support academic priorities.
University officials are looking to identify new revenue sources to combat Brown's budget shortfall, culminating a three-phase budget adjustment period that began in early 2009. The final phase of budget restructuring will span the four fiscal years starting July 1, 2011 and is designed to close the ...
Addressing the widespread unrest spurred by a Florida pastor's plan to burn copies of the Koran on the nine-year anniversary of Sept. 11, Muslim Chaplain David Coolidge '01 denounced extremist actions and urged the community to honor religious differences at a press conference hosted by the Rhode Island ...
After months of planning and interface-tweaking, the University unveiled its revamped website Tuesday afternoon, culminating a redesign project that began in 2008. The new site — a collaborative effort between the Office of Public Affairs and University Relations and Computer Information Services ...
Financial gifts and pledges to the University fell nearly 25 percent last year, even as the University's ambitious fundraising campaign continues to outperform expectations.