September/October 2014
Features
What Are You, Anyway?
what_are_you_interior_leadthb.jpg As a biracial woman, the author, a former editor-in-chief of Ebony magazine, always considered herself black. But as society becomes increasingly multiracial, old views of racial identity and culture are being challenged as never before.
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Clear Conscience
rizzo_thb.jpg After 9/11, former CIA lawyer John Rizzo ’69 was one of the first to approve such interrogation techniques as waterboarding.
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The Exchange
toug50th_thb.jpg How Brown faculty and students joined the civil rights movement in Tougaloo, Mississippi, fifty years ago.
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From the President
bert_thb.jpg Preparing tomorrow's leaders to understand and manage the complexities of such messy problems as climate change.
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The Odd Couple
blairkelly_thb.jpg A friendship forged at Brown becomes a source of stregth as two women make their way in the world.
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Rock of Ages
rock_thb.jpg Rock Of Ages, the Rockefeller Library turns 50.
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Art Underfoot
sturges_thb.jpg For 65 years, Norma Sturges '45 has been keeping an unusual folk art alive. Museums are finally paying attention.
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Fighting Corruption
njeuma_thb.jpg Dorothy Effange Njeuma ’66 says that one purpose of a good education is to produce savvy citizens.
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The Troubadour
kapner_thb.jpg Former Country Joe and the Fish keyboardist Mark Kapner ’65 has spent a lifetime serenading the public.
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Blowing in the Wind
wissemann_thb.jpg Chris Wissemann ’83 is an evangelist for wind farms, and he’s got the track record to prove it.
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