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Topic: clubs

Although UFB saw an increase in funding allotted to student groups with the return of in-person activities, the restrictions implemented Monday mandated that all student group activities go virtual for the time being.

News, University News

UFB continues pre-pandemic policy discussions, considers use of surplus funding

September 13, 2021 0 comments

The Undergraduate Finance Board continued discussions about use of its budget surplus, which was first revealed in the Board’s public funding disclosure statement released last year. With the exception of the latter half of the summer semester, student groups in the 2020-21 school year were unable to plan in-person events […]

Clubs have used Zoom meetings, the virtual career fair and taped video auditions to recruit new members in spite of restrictions on in-person meetings.

Arts & Culture

On-campus organizations at Brown transition to virtual recruitment for fall 2020

October 7, 2020 0 comments

The University’s extracurricular organizations have approached recruitment in different ways this fall in light of COVID-19.

Aman ’20: How to make clubs more inclusive

Columns, Opinions

Aman ’20: How to make clubs more inclusive

February 3, 2020 Comments are Disabled

Last week, Rachael Schmidt ’21 wrote a column  arguing that clubs at Brown need to be inclusive. Schmidt argues that while clubs face logistical challenges in becoming more inclusive, they still have room to grow. But making clubs more inclusive isn’t as hard as Schmidt makes it out to be.

Kramer ’20: Brown students are over-committed

Columns, Opinions

Kramer ’20: Brown students are over-committed

October 22, 2019 Comments are Disabled

Brown students try to do it all, and maybe they should be doing less. Upon entering Brown, it is easy to get pulled into the hegemonic standard of student involvement on campus. One has to merely step foot in the club fair during the first weeks of the semester to get a sense of how involved Brown students really are.

Substance-free students carve niche in social scene

News, University News

Substance-free students carve niche in social scene

February 6, 2018 Comments are Disabled

When Alexandre Davis ’20 came to Brown as a first-year, he quickly discovered a lacking social scene for students who do not use substances.

City revokes Penthouse nightclub’s licenses following violations

Metro, News

City revokes Penthouse nightclub’s licenses following violations

November 6, 2017 Comments are Disabled

At a hearing Nov. 2, the city’s Board of Licenses unanimously revoked all licenses of the Penthouse nightclub, owned by 334 South Water LLC.