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Fresh Ink
songofachilles_miller_thb.jpgFresh Ink
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Genre-Benders
decordovabiennial_thb.jpg What did the sky look like on the day Galileo concluded the earth revolves around the sun?
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The Excesses of Individualism
goingsolo_thb.jpgGoing Solo
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The Tween Queen

nina_thb.jpg Former Disney film executive Nina Jacobson ’87 is the producer behind the film version of The Hunger Games.

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Book Art
feldmanbook_thb.jpgBreathtaken
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Two's a Crowd
klinenburg_thb.jpg More people live alone that at any time in history. Ethnographer Eric Klinenberg ’93 analyzes what that means for our culture.
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Replay
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Game Day
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After Paterno
football_thb.jpg Penn State hires offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien ’92 to replace its late head coach, Joe Paterno ’50.
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Goldie’s Sunset
goldberger_thb.jpg After almost four decades as a campus leader, Director of Athletics Michael Goldberger says its time to 
call it quits.
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Birds of a Feather
archaeo_thb.jpg Archaeopteryx is either a late dinosaur fossil or the first bird. Now a scientist thinks he knows the color of its feathers.
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Human Capital
knowledgedistrict_thb2.jpg Not all grads leave Providence. Some start businesses and stay. A guide to who they are, what they do, and where they work.
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Rhodes Warriors
rhodes_thb.jpg Three current students and one recent alum were among this year’s Rhodes scholars, Brown’s highest annual total ever.
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Then and Now
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Women Play (Basketball Too
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Wagging the Dog?
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Give Peter Credit
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The ROTC Debate
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In Land We Trust
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Remembering Don Avery
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Holyoke Rules!
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Oops
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The Nineteenth President
As the BAM was going to press, the Corporation announced its choice for a new president. Hours later, Christina H. Paxson was introduced
to the Brown community.
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Research Highlights from President Paxson

Research Highlights from President Paxson

 

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Carberry Update
carberry_thb.jpg The administration denies rumors that it is pressuring Professor of Psychoceramics Josiah Carberry to retire.
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Brew-nonian
mariah_thb.jpgMariah Draper Calagione ’93 A lot of alums like to drink great beer. But how many know how to make it? 
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Tuning In
classes_radio_thb.jpgHere's to the days when radio reigned supreme.
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A Shipload of Work
alan_corney_thb.jpgAl Corney ’54 is a former marketing guy who retired to Florida to build wooden boats by hand.
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The Soul of the Coach
paterno_w_ball_thb.jpg Remembering Joe Paterno '50, who brought an Ivy League respect for academics to Penn State before his legacy was undone by his role in protecting a pedophile coach.
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The River Wild

vandusen_kelley_thb.jpgLisa Van Dusen ’76 Is it still even possible to get away from it all?

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A Boy, a Bike, and Burma
cook_deegan_thb.jpg For Patrick Cook-Deegan ’08, a summer abroad as a student sparked a lifelong passion for a 
country and its people.
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Muse of Memory and Pain
PoVfinal_thb.jpg A psychologist memorializes his patients' conflicts by turning their therapeutic ramblings into poems.
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Asking the Big Questions
pembrokefrosh_thb.jpg One of biggest fans of the Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women reflects on its 30th anniversary.
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Friending Your Child
boyd_thb3.jpgSocial media guru danah boyd ’00 wants to tell parents everywhere to stop worrying about all the time their kids spend online.
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Malcolm X and Brown
malcolmX_thb.jpg A student makes a surprising discovery involving one of America’s most controversial African American leaders.
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Christina Paxson Named Brown's 19th President
paxson.jpg Christina Paxson, dean of Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, has been chosen to become the 19th president of Brown.
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Campus Thanks Simmons for Her Presidency
ruthday.jpg It was an afternoon for the record books. On April 25, thousands of students, faculty, and staff gathered on the College Green—not to protest, but to thank President Simmons for her eleven years at Brown. 
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