Back Issues
Fresh Ink
keeler_book_thb.jpgFresk Ink
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A Stronger Love
shark_thb.jpg Incorruptible Heart by Becky Stark ’98 and Lavender Diamond is music that gives melody to a life’s dissonant notes.
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Role Model
life_with_sam_thb.jpg Life According to Sam is a moving documentary by the parents of a son battling progeria, a rare genetic disease.
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East-West Learning
jin-li_thb.jpg Associate Professor of Education Jin Li studies the ways kids learn differently in the East and West. Which is better?
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World Maker
mildred_pierce_thb.jpg When Todd Haynes ’85 and Wes Anderson need a production designer, they often turn to Mark Friedberg ’85.
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School For Girls
girls_thb.jpg Holly Gordon ’93 (right) is executive producer of a documentary about a global trend of keeping girls out of school.
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Game Day
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Men's Basketball
hoops_thb.jpgMen's basketball upset Providence College at Pizzitola on a game-winning three-pointer with seven seconds left.
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Women's Gymnastics
diana_bars_thb.jpg Diana Walters ’16 is one of the reasons to expect good things from women's gymnastics over the next four years.
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On a Mission
catena_thb.jpg Former Brown nose guard Tom Catena ’86 is saving lives in the war-torn mountains of southern Sudan.
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A Healthy Place
meals_thb.jpg The Corporation approves the creation of a school of public health, building on Brown's rapidly growing public health program.
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Fashion Czar
talleyandreleon_thb.jpgAndré Leon Talley ’73 may have left Vogue, but he's busier than ever with a new book and a new talk show.
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Bringing Harmony to Discord
eastwest_thb.jpg Israeli and Arab musicians visited Brown in January for a week of Beethoven concerts and Middle East conversations.
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How to Watch Lincoln
lincoln_thb.jpgAssociate Professor of History Michael Vorenberg offers advice on how to watch Stephen Speilberg's Lincoln.
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Ghost Writer

vorenberg_thb.jpg The success of the film Lincoln has at least one journalist asking: Is a Brown history professor the real source of its screenplay?

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Remembering Dr. King
king_thb.jpg Martin Luther King Jr.'s youngest daughter brings memories of both her parents' work to campus.
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The Citizen Scientist
hornig_thb.jpg Brown's 14th president, Donald Hornig, who died in January, merged Brown and Pembroke, founded the medical school, and made tough fiscal choices.
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Correction
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Mistaken Identity
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Math Problem
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Oily Ad
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Ever Vigilant
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War Deaths
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TEDx
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Lost Journalists
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Remembering the Blizzard of '78
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Financial Aid
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Troubled Schools
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President Heffner
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LeeKong Tea Recipe
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On the Beat
bastian_thb.jpg Jonathan Bastian ’89 Jonathan Bastian had a midlife crisis. Then he became a cop. Now he's making a difference in citizens' lives.
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A Lifetime of Giving Back
lacy_hermann_thb.jpg Lacy B. Herrmann ’50 was a pioneering entrepreneur, a trustee emeritus, and one of Brown's most devoted alums. 
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When Expectations Collide
PoV_thb.jpg Want to know about stereotypes? Ask a politically incorrect African American playwright.
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ALUMS IN THE STATE DEPT: Horse Trader of the Americas
jacobson_thb.jpg When President Obama sets a policy aimed at a country in the Western Hemisphere, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Roberta Jacobson ’82 makes it happen.
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Lego My Prof
lego_thb.jpg Science journalist Maia Weinstock ’99 turns biology professor Anne Fausto-Sterling into a Lego figurine.
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Food, Family, and Friends
aliya_leekong_thb.jpg The U.S.-born daughter of Tanzanian and Indo-Pakistani immigrants, chef Aliya LeeKong ’00 is redefining American food.
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Love at the Ratty
angell_thb.jpg William Condaxis’ 55 courted his wife at the Ratty. In December, they returned to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary.
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Solving the Problem
noguera_thb.jpg Pedro Noguera ’81, ’84 AM, a leading education, reformer tries to reconcile his vision with the politics of city schools. 
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Winter Brake
blizzard_thb.jpg The fifth-biggest snowstorm on record brought the campus to halt one February Friday and created a fun weekend.
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ALUMS IN THE STATE DEPT: No Praying from the Podium
nuland_thb.jpgU.S. Department of State spokeswoman Victoria Nuland ’83 explains complex foreign policy in language your mother will understand.
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ALUMS IN THE STATE DEPT: Breaking from Past History
olson_thb.jpgAs ambassador to Pakistan and a former colleage of Richard Holbrooke ’62, Richard Olson ’81 is near the epicenter of the U.S. war on terror.
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Surviving Sandy
callahan_lead.jpg When Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast in October, filmmaker Jennifer Callahan ’87 suddenly found that her documentary about a Queens neighborhood was a key to helping one hard-hit New York City community recover.
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