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Between May 30 and June 12, there were no positive COVID-19 cases reported among students and staff through the University’s asymptomatic testing program.

COVID-19 Updates, News, Science & Research

Pre-college students begin ‘highly structured’ first summer session, required to test twice a week regardless of vaccination status

June 20, 2021 0 comments

High school students enrolled in Brown’s Pre-College summer programs began moving into their on-campus dorms this past weekend. They are required to partake in asymptomatic testing, and the University has worked to keep the program’s testing and dining services separate from on-campus University students.

Between May 30 and June 12, there were no positive COVID-19 cases reported among students and staff through the University’s asymptomatic testing program.

COVID-19 Updates, News, Science & Research

Brown partnership with Broad Institute allows for new viral sequencing, studying of COVID-19 variants from testing program samples

June 13, 2021 0 comments

Students in the COVID-19 testing program were asked to consent to new viral sequencing for variants through the Broad Institute, the University’s testing partner, in an email sent to on-campus students June 8. 

Student voter turnout triples

News, University News

Student voter turnout triples

October 2, 2019 Comments are Disabled

Low voting rates among young people have been a hallmark of American elections for decades, with particularly disappointing results in midterm years — but  the tides may be turning.

Shiru Cafe ramps up search for U.S. sponsors

Metro, News

Shiru Cafe ramps up search for U.S. sponsors

December 4, 2018 2 comments

Since establishing its first U.S. location in Providence in Feb. 2018, Shiru Cafe has yet to secure any corporate sponsors for its operations in the United States.