Poll reveals 28.9 percent of students find athletics ‘somewhat unimportant’
Free pizza, t-shirts and Coca-Cola products have not been enough to draw students to Brown Stadium for football games.
University promotes DIAP label for courses
Students searching for classes during pre-registration might have noticed a category in the bottom left corner of the Courses@Brown website: the Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan designation, which encompasses classes that address inequality, privilege and power, race and gender in a variety of contexts.
Swearer, Democracy Works facilitate in-state, absentee voter registration
This year, the University hosted a voter registration and civic engagement initiative called the ALL IN Challenge, which encouraged absentee and in-state registration with an ultimate focus on turnout and was supported by the Swearer Center for Public Service.
Title IX office talks impact of proposed federal guidelines
Title IX Program Officer Rene Davis gave a presentation to students on what the changes could mean for how the University investigates instances of sexual misconduct under Title IX.
Schmidt '21: Bridging the research gap for STEM students
If you are a STEM concentrator at Brown, research is key. The sooner an undergraduate gets into research, the better and more competitive their resume will be.
Calvelli '19: A recipe for success in college
First, brown one diced onion in butter in a large pot. Next, add about two pounds of chopped carrots, along with a tablespoon or two of minced ginger and a tablespoon of chopped fresh herbs such as parsley, tarragon or lemongrass.