August 11, 2017
By getting people in cities, states, and organizations to think beyond us-versus-them, Rinku Sen ’88 is helping redefine how we think about racial conflict. But can she succeed in a country that may be more polarized than ever before?
What happens when you drag a 10-year-old to a lecture on mindfulness? Not what you may think.
It’s been a glorious spring for Brown alumnae and a season for looking back at a colorful history.
Robert Friedman ’86 and David Falk ’94 never imagined their lives would intersect—until one was saving the other’s life.
A New York Times science journalist argues that even if elected officials understood science, it might not make any difference.
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