Back Issues
Eating Veggies
natkin_thb.jpg Herbivoracious founder Michael Natkin ’89 has gone from the web to print to show that vegetarian cooking has progressed way beyond tofu.
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A Truck Driver's Elbow
goldberg_thb.jpgA fresh look at sights frantic New Yorkers overlook daily.
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The Voice of Ireland
sweater_thb.jpgHonor Molloy ’91 MFA creates a female version of the young Stephen Dedalus.
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Fresh Ink
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Sheep in Wolves Clothing
mallon_thb.jpg In his new political satire, historical novelist Thomas Mallon ’73 reimagines Watergate from the point of view of its lesser-known participants.
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On Screen
big_miracle_thb.jpgThe movie Big Miracle, based on international efforts to free gray whales trapped by Arctic ice in 1988, brought John Krasinski ’01 (center) and Tim Blake Nelson ’86 (right) to Alaska.
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New Life for Old Icons
harboe_thb.jpg Architect and Chicago native Gunny Harboe ’78 has spent more than twenty years restoring some of his hometown's inconic buildings. And he's not about to stop now.
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Jocks Who Rock
jockapella_thb.jpgAn a cappella group for athletes who love to sing.
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Game Day
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Courting Success
tennis_thb.jpg Jamie Cerretani ’04 and Adil Shamasdin ’05 played tennis together at Brown. Now their doubles team is making its mark on the professional circuit.
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The Unbridgeable Divide
race_thb.jpgA researcher finds blacks and whites are farther apart than ever in their political views.
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Acting
linney_thb.jpg“This is where I learned to think,” actor Laura Linney ’86 told students.
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Mutual Admiration Society
steinem_thb.jpg Gloria Steinem and Ruth Simmons talk about friendship, clothes, and their incredibly successful lives as women pioneers.
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Growing Farmers
willallen_thb.jpg The son of a sharecropper, Will Allen, who advised Brown students and Providence kids in April, now helps cities turn waste spaces into gardens.
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120 Years and Counting
cecile_thb.jpg Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards ’80 addresses alumna gathered on campus to celebrate 120 years of women at Brown.
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Fitness 2.0
pool_dive_thb.jpg With the opening of a new $46 million aquatics and fitness complex, students get a twenty-first-century place to swim, spin, and sweat.
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Then and Now
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ROTC Redux
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Living Long (and Strong)
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Whose Truth?
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A Family Man
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Inimitable
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Farewell, Joe
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Peripatetic
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Capital Counts
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Malcolm's Visit
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Cool Cat?
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Transitions
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The Shipping News
joshuabrandt_044.jpg Engineer Joshua Brandt ’04 and architect Peter Gill Case ’83 joined forces to turn discarded shipping containers into sleek, energy-efficient homes and offices.
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The Simmons Legacy
ruth_red_thb.jpg As she prepared to leave office, President Simmons paused to speak with the BAM about her life over the past eleven years, including her frank perspective on the University's ambitions and fears, how she raised $1.6 billion, what it means to be leader in a post -9/11 world, and how Brown students have changed her for good.
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Sweet Strings of Sorrow
sweetstrings_thb.jpg The discovery of scrapbooks belonging to a distant relative who died in the Holocaust prompts Susan L. Ross ’81 to embark on an unexpected quest.
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Native Transport
finally_vignet_thb.jpgA dugout canoe lands on the College Green.
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Farm AIDS
emma_mado_thb.jpgEmma Clippinger ’09 helps HIV-infected Rwandans grow food.
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Woman Warrior
saar_thb.jpg As co-founder of the Rebecca Project for Human Rights, Malika Saada Saar ’92 has spent the past ten years protecting the rights of young girls. 
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Professional Worrier
ewing_thb.jpgLesley Ewing ’74 She's helping California prepare for nature run amok.
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Renaissance Man
doyle_brown_thb.jpg Astrophysicist and computer pioneer Bob Doyle ’58 is on to his next challenge: explaining some of the biggest mysteries of the universe. 
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Lightin' Up
classes_ciggy_thb.jpgUntil the late 1960s, Ivy Day was one of Pembroke’s great annual traditions
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