In July of 1971 Brown and Pembroke officially merged, a result of decades of close partnership and cooperation. The dissolving of Pembroke College was not universally accepted, however, and the traditions and infrastructure of Brown quickly made Pembroke’s legacies a thing of the past. It is undoubtable, however, that the merger gave new life to campus and enhanced and gave much-needed diveristy to the Brown experience.
Blog posts by the students of Claudia Moser’s class ARCH 1764: 25 Things! 250 Years of Brown’s Material Past.