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Fresh Ink
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The Down and Dirty

Sandor Katz answers questions about drinking raw milk and getting started fermenting food.

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Microbes' Timothy Leary
sandor_thb.jpg Post-Pasteurian Sandor Katz ’85 has written a guide to rethinking our relationship with microbes—as in getting more benefical bacteria living in our guts.
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Just Being Me
amy_michelle_thb.jpg Ebony editor Amy DuBois Barnett ’91 is taking an iconic, but dated, magazine to a new generation interested in both Jay-Z and Rosa Parks.
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Krasinski and Damon
promised_land_thb.jpg John Krasinski ’01 makes his writing debut with his pal Matt Damon in this winter’s The Promised Land.
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How Many Laws?
robertself_thb.jpg Historian Robert O. Self argues that our cultural battles are what's driving us away from big government.
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Black Meets White

invisible_thb.jpg Documentary filmmaker Oren Jacoby ’77 has adapted Ellison’s Invisible Man for the stage.

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Game Day
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Winning Streak
kernan-schloss-maryland_thb.jpg Men’s soccer earns an invite to the NCAA tournament for the seventh time in eight years. Here's how they did.
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Eat to Compete
sports_thb.jpg Whether you’re a weekend warrior or a daily gym rat, you should be following the same nutrition advice Anne Buffington gives to Brown athletes.
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Citizen Brown
brownPVD_thb.jpgWhat good is the University to the state and local economy? Brown hired an economic-development consulting firm to find out.
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Applied Lessons
graphic_thb.jpg Scientists say humans contribute to climate change. So what’s the University doing to lower its own greenhouse-gas emissions?
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Salsa!
salsa_thb.jpgStudents on campus take notes in classes and attend lectures on Heidegger. But after the sun goes down the salsa dancing begins.
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Locke Up
locke_thb.jpg MIT scholar and dean Richard Locke is picked to head the Watson Institute of International studies. Here's why.
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Real Politics
politicalreview_founders_th.jpg With students starting a new print magazine and a new political blog, it looks like a banner year for politicos on campus.
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Service
vets2012_thb.jpgThe Brown honors veterans on their day.
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Remembering Ray Heffner
rayheffner_thb.jpg Facing protests and student demands, Brown’s thirteenth president kept the campus peaceful during a violent time. But it wasn't easy.
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Correction
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Civil War Vets
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The Last on Willie
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Why Dads Matter
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The New President
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Disappointed
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The Future of News
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Opening Doors
matt_and_nick_thb.jpg Nick Young ’09 and Matt Reichel ’09 are helping Western students learn what life is like in North Korea.
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Who Wants to Party?
fitzgibbons_thb.jpgWhen England’s royal family is looking for a good time, they call party impresario Alex Fitzgibbons '94.
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Oil Boom
bismarck_thb.jpg A rare woman in an old-boy industry, fracking advocate Kathy Griffin Neset '78 helps companies drill for oil in the American West.
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Righting Wrongs
gross_thb.jpg The first client Michael Gross '64 was assigned after law school was a group of Navajos. He's been defending the rights of Native Americans ever since.
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Digging Out
shovelling_thb.jpgThe Blizzard of 1978 buried campus.
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Can Dreams Come True?
entre_thb.jpg Five start-ups are trying to turn ideas into successful companies aimed at making the world a happier, healthier, and less wasteful place.
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Before Keyboards
finally_flat_thb.jpgEver use a typewriter? Thank Charles Thurber.
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Growing Up
PoV_thb.jpgAlumni POV: I’ve never considered myself particularly adventurous. So when I decided to spend my junior year abroad in Israel, I surprised many, but mostly myself.
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The Children's Crusader
sante_thb.jpg In a school system long mocked, Baltimore’s chief academic officer, Sonja Brookins Santelises ’89, is trying to convince teachers and students that kids who are poor and black can be as smart as anyone.
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