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Fresh Ink
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The Memory Factory
anne_mcclain_thb.jpg Perfumer Anne McClain ’05 creates narratives using  the emotive power of scent.
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The Cure for Calorie Counters
lieberman_thb.jpg Lori Lieberman ’84 offers much-needed advice and flavorful recipes for people recovering from eating disorders.
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Do Thrillers Matter?
land_thriller_thb.jpg By contributing the Thriller Writers Archive to the John Hay Library, Jon Land ’79 aims to give page-turners a better rep.
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Post-Potter
GQ_emma_thb.jpgEmma Watson ’13: Post-Potter
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Slow Down & Listen
scott_metcalfe_thb.jpg As director of the early music group Blue Heron, Scott Metcalfe ’85 is breaking stereotypes about Renaissance music.
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Art and Life
gionfriddo_thb.jpg Pulitzer Prize–finalist Gina Gionfriddo ’97 MFA on the difficulties of balancing the politics of feminism with the pull of family life.
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Game Day
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Replay
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The Top One Percent
softball_thb.jpg Stephanie Thompson ’13 is a softball superstar, a budding neuroscientist, and an advocate for the homeless.
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You're In
A look at the Class of 2017.
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Bell Gallery
iraq_thb.jpgAt the Bell Gallery gallery.
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Liberal Arts in Trouble
paxson_humanconf_thb.jpg In Washington this spring, President Christina Paxson took on the vexing question, what are the humanities worth?
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May Joy Return
boston_vigil_thb.jpg After the Boston Marathon bombings, students gathered on the College Green to remember the dead and lthe wounded.
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Telling Nigeria's Story
achebe_thb.jpg Campus mourns the death of Nigerian novelist and Brown professor Chinua Achebe.
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Engineering Growth
engineering_thb.jpg The School of Engineering launches a fund-raising campaign, and two alums respond by giving $35 million.
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Fewer GunsOr More?
guns_thb.jpg After Newtown, President Paxson welcomed a campus debate on regulating guns. But will any regulation make a difference?
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Fifty Years Out
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Defending Catholic Teaching
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Fracking Water
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Measuring Sustainability
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More On President Heffner
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More On Santelises
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Defending Moms
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Free Speech?
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No Picnic at the Ratty
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Promise or Disappointment?
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School for Change

Augustus Trowbridge ’56, ’64 AM & Martha Dwight Trowbridge ’57  For this pioneering couple, school is as much about social justice as it is about education. 

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Urban Farmer
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Adam Berman ’94 combines Jewish spirituality with a love of the earth and a need to help others.  

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Model Women
amie_darboe_thb.jpg Inspired by her mother, who worked three jobs to support her kids, Amie Darboe ’10 wants young women to aim high.
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You Don't Have to Trust Me
david_corn_thb.jpg Meet David Corn ’81, the Mother Jones reporter who dug up Mitt Romney's infamous 47 percent video. 
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Nose Job
PoVstinky_thb.jpg A researcher sniffs her way through a rotten sneaker contest and learns a lesson about what grosses us out.
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The 1887 Nine
baseball1887_thb.jpg In the late 1800s baseball reigned supreme at Brown and a victory could prompt students to get rowdy.
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Tin Pan Alley
finally_thb.jpg Circle Dance, a new sculpture made of crushed aluminum roasting pans, invites whimsy on the Pembroke Walk.
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The Uniter
roland_laird_thb.jpg Roland Laird Jr. '82, who died in February, founded the Inman Page Black Alumni Council and inspired young black men.
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Daughters and Moms

mom_daughter_thb.jpg A “professional daughter” says connecting with your mom is not that hard, but you need to share the responsibility.

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Fashion Statements
fashion_at_brown_thb.jpg From dress codes to anything goes: a look at one hundred years of student chic on College Hill.
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Meet Obama's New Secretary of Labor, Tom Perez 83
perez_lead2.jpg To Tom Perez, whom the senate confirmed on July 18 as the country's secretary of labor (and who becomes Brown's highest government official since 1921) government should act to make America a fairer place for the powerless. That’s why some call him a radical ideologue and President Obama wants him in his cabinet. But Will Obama let Perez be Perez?    
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