Back Issues
Fresh Ink
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A Feminist Archive
makers1_thb.jpgCollecting the voices of women who fought for—and in some cases opposed—equal rights.
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Dads
fatherhood_thb.jpgA photographer’s unflinching tribute to fathers.
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Castro's Blog
koji_thb.jpgKoji Masutani ’05 is bringing the past to life for a generation that lives online.
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Painting
coles_thb.jpgFor Chris Coles ’69, making the biggest flop in box-office history was a personal bonanza.
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Haute Cartoons
franken_thb.jpgMaking animated films for artsy adults.
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Updating Ebony
AmyB_MichelleO_thb.jpgEbony editor Amy DuBois Barnett ’91 brings an iconic magazine to a new generation.
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Required Reading
colombia_authors_thb.jpgTwo books about the shocking violence in Colombia.
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Game Day
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Under the Lights
nightfootball2_thb.jpgThe third night game at Brown Stadium in as many years, actually started well before sunset.
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Turnaround
martin_thb.jpgNew head men’s basketball coach Mike Martin ’04 stresses defense and a quick offense
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Brown Govs
hassan_thb.jpgMaggie Hassan ’80 and Jack Markell ’82 bring the total to four.
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Public Service
swearer_thb.jpgAt the Swearer Center’s 25th anniversary festivities September 24, students greeted President Paxson.
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In Defense of the Filibuster
rich_thb.jpgIf you’re tired of the political gridlock in Washington, D.C., you might think getting rid of the filibuster would be a good idea
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TEDx
tedX_thb.jpgWhat’s the value of a liberal education? That was the topic of a TEDx conference held at Brown during Family Weekend.
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Great Ideas
designconf_thb.jpgBrown and RISD hosted the fifth annual Better World by Design conference, the brainchild of four engineering and art students.
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Global Preacher
dalai_thb.jpgMake the twenty-first century one of compassion and dialogue, the Dalai Lama tells a crowd of 5,600.
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Diversity: Skin Deep?
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Foodie Rights
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Willie's Last Game
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Brunonian to the World
giberti_thb.jpgFarewell to A. Edward Giberti '54
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It's a Small World After All
bailey_thb.jpgGIFT GUIDE PROFILE: Aisha Bailey '99 went from drawing cartoons on her friends' birthday cards to making dolls aimed at boosting kids' confidence.
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Working the Night Shift
mckenzie_thb.jpgGIFT GUIDE PROFILE: Former history concentrator Victoria Hunter McKenzie '81 makes art using New York City subway fare cards.
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The Fallen
finally_thb.jpgThe many ways that war has killed the young.
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The Rule of Law
hernandez_thb.jpgBen Hernandez-Stern ’03 Helping Iraqis build a country of laws can get a lawyer killed.
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Surprised by Light
steveweinstock_thb.jpgGIFT GUIDE PROFILE: When Steve Weinstock '87 discovered the holography lab at Brown, it changed his life and unleashed his creativity.
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The Culinary Detective
rotger_thb.jpgBarbara Anderson Rotger ’86 says you'd be surprised what you find in recipe boxes.
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Teach Your Teachers Well
aleta_thb.jpgAleta Margolis '89 believes that, given the right teachers, public school students can love going to school again.
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Music Appreciation
bernheimer_thb.jpgCritic Martin Bernheimer '58 has been writing about opera for almost sixty years.
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The Urge to Create
clarefrost_thb.jpgGIFT GUIDE PROFILE: Clare Frost '06 makes tote bags that combine two of her interests, architecture and textiles.
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Tree Doctor
classes_thb.jpgWhen the time came to prune campus trees, it sometimes made sense to hand Walter Fries ’57 the chainsaw.
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The Future of Print News
PoVfinal_thb.jpgAre newspapers doomed? If they are, what happens to journalism?
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Who is Christina Paxson?
paxs_lead2.jpgThe University's nineteenth president reflects on her life, her career, and what she's thinking about the future of Brown.
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Bear Necessities
gg_leadthb.jpgThis year’s BAM gift guide offers everything from high-style skiwear to a pocket-size survival kit for mountain bikers and an all-in-one electrical adaptor that can power up a phone or laptop most anywhere. Check out alumni inventiveness—and get Brown-only discounts of up to 60 percent.
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