March/April 2014
Features
Getting Something Done
mariah_0802r_thb.jpg Only 13 percent of Americans approve of the job the U.S. Congress is doing. Yet Brown alumni continue to go to Washington to work on Capitol Hill. We talked to five of them to learn how they can remain idealistic in such a cynical political time. Their answers have a lot to do with values reinforced during their time at Brown.
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What's in a Building?
greenhser_thb.jpg A renovated Hunter Lab reopens as the Building for Environmental Research and Teaching, beefing up science at Brown.
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True Confession
POV_thb.jpg Trying to overcome alcohol addiction can take you to a place that is humiliating and pathetic.
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From the Presidents
college_accessr_thb.jpg Before attending a recent White House meeting, President Christina Paxson took steps to expand opportunity at Brown.
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Bum-Rush
spring_weekendr_thb.jpg In spring 1972, music and dancing seemed to be everywhere, and the College Green was no exception.
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Never Too Young to Learn

handlerr_thb.jpg Early childhood education pioneer June Moss Handler ’43 thinks we still don't teach enough during a child’s first three years.

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Back to the Philippines

perezr_thb.jpg After more than two decades in the U.S., Ericson Perez ’96 brought back to his native land the lessons he first learned at Brown.

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Beyond Altruism

gudmundssonr_thb.jpg Former marine officer Peter Gudmundsson ’85 says companies should hire veterans because of their discipline and skill.

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A Mother's Helper

nitziar_thb.jpg Nitzia Logothetis ’05 helps women who have just given birth adjust to the psychological shocks of being a new mom.

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