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Fitness instructors from the Jonathan Nelson ’77 Fitness Center have expressed concern that their assignments were ended as opposed to furloughed.

COVID-19 Updates

Assignments for seasonal, intermittent workers terminated in troubled times

May 6, 2020 0 comments

While all of the University’s permanent staff workers have been able to keep their jobs, seasonal and intermittent employees — including programmers, seasonal cashiers and interns and fitness instructors and trainers — have not been as fortunate.

Employees for Brown Dining Services and the Department of Facilities Management continue to work on a rotating schedule to support those students still living on campus.

COVID-19 Updates, News, University News

Full-time, regular staff members still working while following public health guidelines

May 5, 2020 1 comment

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect the livelihoods of millions of Americans, University staff members have had to adapt to changes in their work schedules and responsibilities.

Editorial: Reflecting on Brown’s financial responsibilities to students, employees and Providence

Editorials, Opinions

Editorial: Reflecting on Brown’s financial responsibilities to students, employees and Providence

April 13, 2020 0 comments

In response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the University has closed down for an indefinite period of time and sent most of its students home.

Oke ’20, Saji ’20: Brown University must continue paying its student workers

Op-eds, Opinions

Oke ’20, Saji ’20: Brown University must continue paying its student workers

March 23, 2020 0 comments

On March 20, Brown University announced that they would no longer pay student workers after Saturday, April 4, if students could not continue their on-campus jobs remotely.

Schmidt ’21: I Just Got Rejected From an Internship. Now What?

Columns, Opinions

Schmidt ’21: I Just Got Rejected From an Internship. Now What?

February 11, 2020 0 comments

The internship and summer opportunity application seasons are now in full swing. Students are either hearing back from employers that they applied to in the fall or still working diligently on finding the perfect way to spend the summer.

Calvelli ’19: Job advice from an unemployed senior

Columns, Opinions

Calvelli ’19: Job advice from an unemployed senior

January 30, 2019 1 comment

I graduate in four months and have no idea what I’m doing next year. As so many fellow ’19-ers know, it is a terrifying feeling. The comfort and regularity of college life are rapidly giving way to an impending unknown where the only certainties are skyrocketing rents and more expensive access to the New York Times.

Mulligan ’19: U. needs to invest in making all dorms more accessible

Op-eds, Opinions

Mulligan ’19: U. needs to invest in making all dorms more accessible

September 26, 2018 Comments are Disabled

Twenty-four million dollars later, and the building formerly known as Wilson Hall has completed its transformation into the sleek, modern, fully accessible Friedman Hall.

Columns, Opinions

Vilsan ’19: The young and the restless

March 14, 2017 Comments are Disabled

With CareerLAB strategically placed in the middle of campus, most Brown graduates feel confident stepping of college and into the real world.

Columns

Krishnamurthy ’19: Making a living

September 21, 2016 1 comment

I’ve always been disturbed by the phrase “making a living.”