Find Parking with the App Spotter, and Meet the Brown Alum and Students Driving it.

Everyday, hundreds of prospective students travel to Providence to visit college hill. Traveling far ways from all over the country (and world), some families overload their college search with another stressful search: parking. The congested one-way streets of Rhode Island’s capital make the parking search an often frustrating experience for families trying to make it… Read More Find Parking with the App Spotter, and Meet the Brown Alum and Students Driving it.

Viet Nguyen’ 17: A student leader behind Brown’s Application Fee Waiver for Low-Income students.

Brown has made a recent proposal to automatically waive the application fee for low-income students, beginning with the class entering in fall 2018. This proposal was passed on April 14th, 2017. According to Admission Dean Logan Powell, the purpose of the change is to fee waivers more accessible to prospective students who need them most.… Read More Viet Nguyen’ 17: A student leader behind Brown’s Application Fee Waiver for Low-Income students.

Student Highlight: Ever True ’17

Hi there! I’m Eimi (pronounced ‘Amy’) and I’m your correspondent for Student Highlight this year, a column dedicated to highlighting the scholars who attend this institution. While I’ve deduced that there’s no ‘typical’ Brown student, I hope to share a small glimpse into the wonderful and diverse individuals of this community. I had this graduation photo taken… Read More Student Highlight: Ever True ’17

The Bear Necessities: Bearer of Good News

Hi everyone! My name is James Ford, and I’m a third-year from San Francisco, CA. From swimming to intermurals to eating healthy on College Hill, The Bear Necessities is here to give you insights on balancing work with play during your time at Brown! Above: Transfer students at Convocation 2016. The end of the semester can be an emotional and stressful time.… Read More The Bear Necessities: Bearer of Good News