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The University admitted 21 percent of its early decision applicants to the class of 2022. [Read More]
Varsity athletes use prescription painkillers nearly 3 times more than non-athletes, according to The Herald's fall 2017 poll. While 3.1 percent of non-athletes reported using... [Read More]
The University has reached its $30 million fundraising goal to carry out "The Brown Promise: The Future of Financial Aid at Brown". [Read More]
The Brown Entrepreneurship Program will offer undergraduates from Brown and the Rhode Island School of Design the opportunity to travel to New York City. [Read More]
As temperatures drop, University researchers continue studying the wintry climes of the North at the University's renowned Circumpolar Laboratory. [Read More]
In the wake of Hurricane María, random housing assignments were taken to a whole new level. [Read More]
Last week, the streets of Providence were especially empty. [Read More]
I was lucky enough to attend the 23rd Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, commonly known as COP23, in... [Read More]
With students' eyes focused on the performers on stage, the audience is sometimes forgotten. [Read More]
As students transition from finals to festivities, The Herald compiled a list of holiday favorites, which will take you from the North Pole to Hogwarts. [Read More]
67 percent of Brown undergraduates strongly or somewhat agree that professors successfully facilitate discussions that respect opposing points of view. [Read More]
As finals loom and winter break approaches, sweet treats and warm drinks become all the more welcome. [Read More]
For some students, going out to eat can make or break a friendship. [Read More]
Though The Herald's poll found 69 percent of students never participate in religious activities, religious life remains active for the 31 percent who do. [Read More]
Metcalf Auditorium played host Saturday night to the "Beary Keys," the pithily named holiday performance put on by the Bear Necessities and the Higher Keys. [Read More]
Brown's Out of Bounds sketch comedy team hosted its "A Night at Sea" performance Saturday night in front of a boisterous crowd at MacMillan Hall. [Read More]
LGBTQ+ applicants may need to decide whether or not to come out to potential employers before having gauged the inclusivity of a particular workplace. [Read More]
Women, people of color and first-gen students are less confident in their abilities to find a job in comparison to male, white and non-first-gen students. [Read More]
The University's engaged scholarship pilot program TRI-Lab saw its last lab in spring 2016. [Read More]
Faculty members discussed changes to course evaluations and provided an update on the University's response to the Republican tax bill. [Read More]