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Fresh Ink
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On Screen
popper_thb.jpgIn this summer's family-friendly farce, Mr. Popper's Penguins, Jim Carrey plays a divorced dad.
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Women & Sex
orgasmInc2_thb.jpgLiz Canner '91 documents the race for a female Viagra.
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Botching the Bots

mosthuman_thb.jpg Brian Christian '06 traces the history of the quest to make computers think so much like us that we can't tell the difference.

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An Internet Serial
sonyasones_thb.jpgFor his new graphic novel, Mark Siegel '89 creates an online world that even Dickens and Twain would understand.
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Health Care
FatherMother_thb.jpgLucia Ewing Greenhouse ’84 grew up in a Christian Science home. Then her mother died.
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Beyond Disney
playLEAD_thb.jpgStephanie Ansin ’94 offers an alternative to the thin gruel that passes for children’s plays.
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Game Day
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The Year's Bests
sports_opener_thb.jpgDespite talk of eliminating teams, the athletes stay focused.
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Batty Wars
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In The Bush
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Two-State Solution
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Goldstone Reconsiders
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Bear Facts
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New Music
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What Plants Say
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Philosophy and Life
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Stepping Up
pov_shoes_thb.jpgAn alumna goes full circle on the issue of shoes.
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Fruitful Lesson
appletree_thb.jpgA descendant of Newton’s apple teaches gravity.
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Save the World. Date Me.

albrecht_thb.jpgRodelinde Albrecht ’64 A dating service for people who want to make the planet better.

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How Eating Fat Can Save Your Life
food1_thb_small.jpgNutrition researcher Mary Flynn shows how olive oil can help breast cancer patients shed pounds and improve their chances of survival.
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Commencement & Reunions 2011

Commence2011_small.jpgWeren't able to get to campus for the big weekend? Check out what happened through our slideshows and on-the-scene reports.

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Giving Back

pang_moua_thb.jpgPang Houa Moua '04 A former refugee devotes her career to helping those who came after her.

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Do Try This at Home
foodrecipe_thb.jpgFor a diet to succeed it has to be appealing, Mary Flynn says. Here’s a dinner that’s healthy, delicious, and filling.
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The Day That Changed Everything
9-11_vigil_thb.jpgNo one was unaffected by the attacks on September 11, 2001. Here’s a look back at the impact of the attacks on the Brown community and how that community responded. Now, ten years later, tell us how they affected you and how your own life has been changed.
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President Simmons Announces End to Her Presidency

Ruth_lead.jpgShe made Brown admissions need blind. She raised $1.6 billion for an ambitious plan that remade campus, added 100 faculty members, improved the medical and graduate schools, and institutionalized true multidisciplinary research at Brown. And on June 30, 2012, President Ruth J. Simmons will serve her last day as Brown's eighteenth president.

 

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