Back Issues
Historian of Memory
Desert Rovers, Edward S. Curtis Our collective memory of the American West features brave outlaws and settlers moving into a vast, empty landscape, and, later, visionary conservationists trying to preserve it. That popular history is wrong, says Professor of History Karl Jacoby ’87.
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Running Through Woods
Running Through Woods For some the path to success is carefully planned, supported, and managed. For one alumna, the journey began twenty years ago when her parents disowned her.
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Building the Future
Pembroke Hall Haven’t been to campus in a while? Here’s a sneak peek at the first pieces of the new Brown.
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The Name Game
Nicholas Brown letter Nicholas Brown Jr. paid $5,000 for immortality.
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Art Therapy?
Pumpkins A pumpkin-carving party, Pembroke-style.
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My Almost Affair
Affair A wife contemplates giving in to temptation when her marriage flounders.
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Library Love
Library Love In an era of online research, libraries still matter.
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True Grit
Bill Polleys’53 Many retirees do sudoku or maybe play golf. Bill Polleys’53 skis. Nonstop.
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Learning Anew
Martha Fraad Haffey ’65 A social worker caught up in a tsunami of change.
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Broadcast News
Rebecca Lipkin '81 A farewell to network news journalist Rebecca Lipkin '81.
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Girl Interrupted
Cusi Cram ’90     A dolce vita childhood inspires the plays and cartoons of Cusi Cram ’90
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The Flying Nun
Joan Lescinski ’81 PhD Who says the religious life is no fun?
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Preventive Medicine
H1N1 Prevention The University tries to prevent and contain the H1N1 virus on campus.
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Renovations
Goddard Gates The Goddard Gates get a new coat.
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A Better Place
Opening Convocation Create your niche and evolve, biologist Johanna Schmitt advises the class of 2013 at Opening Convocation.
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Building a Better Bulb
Rashid Zia Rashid Zia wins a Presidential Early Career Award to study alternative light sources.
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Yes, She Can (And She Did)
Jazmin Perez ’09 Obama holds up Jazmin Perez ’09 as a role model in his address to America’s schoolchildren.
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Transition Man
Michael Kennedy A conversation with Michael D. Kennedy, the new director of Brown’s Watson Institute for International Studies.
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Hungry Bears
Hungry Bears Head football coach Phil Estes introduces this year’s team.
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Home Again
Brendan Whittet ’94 Brendan Whittet ’94 named men’s hockey head coach.
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The Nation's Ringer
Satchel Paige Larry Tye ’76 takes a good look at the life of Satchel Paige.
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New Wave Artist
Alex Weinstein ’92 Alex Weinstein ’92 surfs with paints as well as with boards.
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Fashion
Kimberly Ovitz '05 Los Angeles designer Kimberly Ovitz '05 struck a pose at the recent New York Fashion Week.
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Shaking Hands with God
T.S. Spivet The 12-year-old narrator of the The Selected Works of T.S. Spivet discovers his world by mapping it.
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Boarding School
von Furstenberg '91 & Gregorini '90 As Brown students, Tatiana von Furstenberg '91 and Francesca Gregorini '90, below, found that they had something in common– they revisited that shared experience in their film Tanner Hall.
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Uptown, Downtown
Gabriel Kahane ’03 Gabriel Kahane ’03 writes hip chamber music that defies categorization.
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Wine, Women, & Guns
Raymond J. Barry '61 It's all wine, women, and guns for Charlie Valentine, the title character of a new action movie starring Raymond J. Barry '61.
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Fresh Ink
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Since Last Time
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Game Day
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The Class of 2013 by the Numbers
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Bad Gamble
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Homer, Alaska
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Faculty Then and Now
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Yiddish Revival
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Open-Minded
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The Buzz Online
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Corrections
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