The Brown Daily Herald, Inc. is a financially and editorially independent, not-for-profit corporation that provides Brown University and the surrounding community with news, information and a venue for the exchange of ideas. Since 1891, The Herald has served as the daily newspaper of record for the Brown community, and for over a decade The Herald has expanded its online presence to provide the most up-to-date news to readers everywhere.
Professor John Bodel, Chair of the Department of Classics, recently spoke to the Brown Daily Herald about the importance of international scholarly collaborations.
The Brown Daily Herald Digital Archive pilot was made possible by essential in-kind support from the Brown University Library, facilitated by University Librarian Harriette Hemmasi and Patrick Yott, Director of the Center for Digital Initiatives.
The Brown Daily Herald is the latest newspaper to be hit by the plagiarism epidemic (at least it’s not , like at my favorite paper, the Cornell Sun). In the terse, tense, professional prose of major newspapers’ correction pages, today’s Herald :