Brown University Will Put $100 Million Towards Campus Diversity
With racism being an ongoing issue on campuses throughout the nation, Brown University is taking a proactive step towards beating it.
Providence Journal reported the school will spend $100 million on improving the Ivy League’s community. Plans to implement racial and ethnic lessons into the school’s curriculum will play a major role in the proposal.
President Christina Paxson has been taking this idea very seriously after an incident took place at the university not long ago. A campus security officer reportedly “tackled and slammed” a visiting student from Dartmouth University during an annual Ivy League Latino Student conference. Apologies were made by President Paxon, which was followed by the new Pathways to Diversity and Inclusion proposal.