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Aman ’20: It’s time to scrap the $70 re-admission fee

Opinions

Aman ’20: It’s time to scrap the $70 re-admission fee

March 21, 2019 Comments are Disabled

I first discovered that students who take a leave of absence are required to pay a $70 re-admission fee after reading an op-ed submitted by Soyoon Kim ‘19 and Addy Schuetz ‘19.5, the leavetaking coordinators at the Curricular Resource Center.

Athletic Director Jack Hayes offered Gordon Ernst ’89, a Division I tennis coach recently indicted in the national college admissions scandal, the head coaching position for men’s tennis in 2016.

News, Sports, University News

University offered coaching position to alum indicted in admissions scandal

March 20, 2019 3 comments

Gordon Ernst ’89, a Division I tennis coach recently indicted in the national college admissions scandal, was offered the head coaching position for Brown’s men’s tennis team in 2016 while federal authorities allege he was accepting millions of dollars in bribes as a coach at Georgetown University.

Watson senior fellow and former World Bank President Jim Yong Kim discussed his concerns for the developing world at a talk Thursday.

News, University News

Former World Bank President discusses climate change

February 8, 2019 1 comment

What can Brown prepare you for? If you use Jim Yong Kim ’82 P’22 as a model, it could prepare you for a spot on Forbes’ list of the most powerful people in the world.

Thirsk is the University’s inaugural chief digital and information officer.

News, University News

Thirsk named University’s inaugural chief digital, information officer

February 8, 2019 Comments are Disabled

William Thirsk began his tenure as the University’s inaugural chief digital and information officer Feb. 1, tasked with advancing an efficient digital system for the University.

Former BuDS workers file collective action against University

News, University News

Former BuDS workers file collective action against University

January 25, 2019 Comments are Disabled

Former BuDS workers Maxwell Kozlov ’20 and Benjamin Bosis ’19, who is also a Herald staff columnist, filed a complaint in a collective civil action lawsuit against the University Thursday.

University accepts record low 18 percent of early decision applicants

News, University News

University accepts record low 18 percent of early decision applicants

December 13, 2018 12 comments

The University admitted 18 percent of early decision applicants to the class of 2023, marking the lowest early decision acceptance rate in the University’s history, according to Dean of Admission Logan Powell.

University on track to meet sustainability goals

News, University News

University on track to meet sustainability goals

September 13, 2018 Comments are Disabled

The University is on track to meet its goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions to 42 percent below 2007 levels by 2020, according to Stephen Porder, assistant provost for sustainability and associate professor of ecology and evolutionary biology.

The Hyundai Visionary Challenge invites students to submit research in an effort to promote smart mobility. The competition’s themes include biology-inspired mobility and digital phenotyping.

News, Science & Research

Hyundai, University tackle research challenge

September 13, 2018 Comments are Disabled

On Sept. 10, the submissions portal for the Hyundai Visionary Challenge opened exclusively to University students, alums and teaching faculty members.

102 seniors elected to Phi Beta Kappa

News, University News

102 seniors elected to Phi Beta Kappa

April 20, 2018 Comments are Disabled

One hundred and two members of the class of 2018 were elected to the University’s Phi Beta Kappa Society April 10, wrote Chapter Administrator Mary Jo Foley in an e-mail to The Herald.

Dean of the College Maud Mandel has been a part of the University since 1997. She will step down to become the 18th President of Williams College.

News, University News

Dean of College to serve as president of Williams

March 23, 2018 Comments are Disabled

Dean of the College Maud Mandel will step down as dean and serve as the 18th president of Williams College starting July 1, according to a March 13 University press release.