Brown Center for Students of Color

Affinity Groups

Multicultural Alumni Committee and Affinity Groups Reunion 2024 Celebrations

Join us throughout the weekend at events that celebrate our multicultural and affinity group communities. Alumni and students, families and friends, all welcomed!

Friday May 24, 2024

Maddock Alumni Center Garden Tent, 38 Brown Street

Celebrate the diversity of Brown’s student and alumni community with Brown’s alumni affinity groups: Asian/Asian American Alumni Alliance, Brown University Latino Alumni Council, Inman Page Black Alumni Council, Native American Brown Alumni, the Brown Alumni Pride Association, and the Disability and Neurodivergence Alumni Collective. Enjoy a presentation of gifts to representatives from the graduating Class of 2024. Raise a glass to Brown’s alumni leaders and graduates in recognition of their accomplishments.


Co‐sponsored by Brown Alumni Association, the LGBTQ Center, and the Brown Center for Students of Color (formerly the Third World Center) and the Undocumented, First-Generation College and Low-Income Student (U-FLi) Center.


Brown Center for Students of Color, Partridge Hall, 68 Brown Street

Take a break from Campus Dance and stop by the BCSC (formerly the Third World Center). Mingle with classmates and friends, enjoy music and refreshments, and celebrate the rich legacy of the center.


Co-sponsored by the BCSC and the Brown Alumni Association.

Saturday May 25, 2024

Maddock Alumni Center Garden Tent, 38 Brown Street

Please join us for Brown University’s Latino Alumni Council (BULAC) Family Breakfast. We will come together in community to welcome our new Class of 2024 alumni and strengthen our connections with one another. Families and loved ones are welcome.

Stonewall House, 22 Benevolent Street

This annual tradition brings graduating students and their families together with alumni, faculty, administrators, and staff. Please join us in the new location of Brown’s LGBTQ Center at Stonewall House to relax and enjoy with friends old and new, to congratulate degree recipients—both undergraduate and graduate—and learn more about BAPA.

Institute at Brown for Environment and Society (IBES) Room 130, 85 Waterman Street

The IPC Board of Governors invites you to attend its annual meeting and reception to hear about the activities underway to help deepen connections between Black alumni and with the University. Seniors and IPC members are encouraged to attend and learn about how they can become involved. IPC annual business meeting held at 3-4 p.m. and the reception 4-5 p.m.

Maddock Alumni Center Garden Tent, 38 Brown Street

Please join the Disability and Neurodivergence Alumni Collective (DNAC) for our inaugural reception, celebrating graduating students who experience or identify with disability or neurodivergence. We will come together to welcome our new Class of 2024 alumni and enjoy light refreshments. Students, alumni, community members, and loved ones are welcome. We ask that attendees wear face masks at this reception in support of immunocompromised community members. (Masks will be provided upon entry if needed.)

Brook Street Lot, 470 Brook Street (between Bowen & Cushing Streets)

A4 will recognize members of the Class of 2024 and their families with an afternoon of hospitality and entertainment. Stop by to visit, watch student group performances, enjoy light refreshments, and congratulate this year’s recipients of the annual A4 Community Contribution Award. Students, alumni, community members, and friends are welcome. This is a great opportunity to catch up with friends and help celebrate the accomplishments of Brown’s Asian and Asian American community!

Nightingale-Brown House Lawn, 357 Benefit Street | Graduating Student RSVP

(tent available at 6 p.m. for early arrivals) | General (alumni, faculty, staff) RSVP

Please join us for a community celebration in honor of our degree recipients from the class of 2024. We wish to celebrate their achievements, families, and communities. Join alumni, faculty, and staff as we welcome this year’s graduates into the native alumni community and commemorate their dedication and endeavors.

Co-sponsored by Native American Brown Alumni (NABA), the Brown Alumni Association, and the Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative (NAISI).

Brook Street Lot, 470 Brook Street (between Bowen & Cushing streets)*

Groove to the best music of the ’70s through today at this revival of an old Brown tradition with a multicultural twist, featuring Garfield Davidson ’00 ("DJ GARF DIGGA"). The IPC, A4, BULAC, NABA, and BAPA  come together to celebrate diversity in the Brown community. 

Alumni, seniors, and families are welcome to this evening of dancing, music, and fun. 

This is a 21+ event.


Co-sponsored by the Brown Alumni Association and the Brown Annual Fund.