Back Issues
Fresh Ink
promise-land_thb.jpg A listing of new books from Brown alumni and faculty. 
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Dark Gropings
marcus_thb.jpg Sad, comic narratives dominate the second collection of short stories by novelist Ben Marcus ’91 MFA.
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Weaving the Fabric
alex_thb.jpg Alex Myers ’03 AM on fictionalizing his ancestor Deborah Samson.
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Photography
birds-of-the-west-indies_th.jpg A new book by photographer Taryn Simon ’97 features actresses from James Bond movies.
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The War Within
opera_thb.jpg Dan O’Brien ’99 MFA probes the complex nature of emotional trauma in poems, a play, and an opera.
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A Story of Self-Discovery
revolutionary_thb.jpg A debut novel by Alex Myers ’03 AM brings to life a real-life woman who fought as a man in the Revolutionary War.
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Theater
snow-geese_thb.jpg Red-haired Brian Cross ’12 made his Broadway debut last fall in a play about a family facing financial ruin.
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Continuing Ed
women_writers_thb.jpg Thirty years after receiving their master’s degrees together, a group of writers still meets to thrash out their manuscripts.
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Game Day
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Basketball Replay
mcgonagill_thb.jpg The basketball team is off to a strong start, thanks in part to the play of Sean McGonagill ”14
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Develin Scores
devlin_thb.jpg James Develin ’10 has been an unlikely contributor to the New England Patriots' success this season.
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Learning to Get Back Up
figureskate_thb.jpg Sharon Cohen ’89 leads a Harlem figure skating program that teaches girls what it takes to succeed.
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No to Coal Divestment
divest_not_thb.jpg In November, the Brown Corporation voted against divestment. Here's what the decision means.
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Behind the Flag
veteransday_thb.jpg Led by veterans and VIPs, campus pays tribute to the service of military personnel on Veterans Day.
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On the Map
strategic_plan_thb.jpg The Corporation unanimously approves Paxson’s strategic plan for Brown’s future, “Building on Distinction.”
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Stop and Think
kelly_thb.jpg The University grapples with a thorny question: faced with a controversial speaker, how far can protesters go?
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Kelly Visit
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Gilded No More
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Role Model
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A Place of Hope
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Coal Divestment
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The Economics of Blyth
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Bittersweet Recognition
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A Debt We Owe
plaque_vignet_thb.jpg Almong aumni who died fighting in the Civil War, Sullivan Ballou, class of 1852, survives thanks to his last letter.
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The Best and Brightest
alum_awards.jpg The Brown Alumni Association announces the recipients of its annual recognition awards.
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Do Be Good
marbin_thb.jpg Bored staring at his computer screen, Seth Marbin ’05 found a way to bring public service to Google's employees.
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A Better Way
tejaldesai_thb.jpg Tejal Desai ’94 is a bioengineer who's developed an innovative alternative to painful injections.
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The Hound at Home
pov_hound_thb.jpg A historian and greyhound owner takes a hard look at dog racing’s past and finds a confounding debate over animal welfare.
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The Voice of Siri
bennett_thb.jpg Susan Bennett ’71 How an obscure voice-over specialist became one of the most familiar voices in the world.
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A Part of This Country
hertzberg_thb.jpg For a decade, an alumna took low-income students to Washington to remind them what it means to be an American.
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Radio Days
siegel_thb.jpg A sports director who ruled the airwaves back in the day found both a career and a spouse at WBRU.
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Bartleby at Brown
bartelby_thb.jpg Getting the most out of college may mean waiting to attend it. Brown's RUE program is the second chance many students need.
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From the President
gleesonwatson_thb.jpg The future of the Watson Institute serves as one model for how to build on Brown's existing strengths.
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A Life on Film
ed-jane-pincus_thb.jpg Ed Pincus ’60 influenced a generation of documentary makers. Faced with a terminal illness, he made one last revealing film.
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Banker to the Nation

yellen_thb.jpg Janet Yellen ’67 becomes the first woman to lead the Federal Reserve, making her one of the most powerful woment in the world.

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A Mother's Mission
gord_thb4.jpg When Leslie Gordon ’98 MD PhD learned her son had a rare disease called progeria, she devoted her career to its study.
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Brown at 250: Still Learning after All These Years
250th_fireworks_lead.jpg Fireworks shot skyward from the roof of University Hall on March 7 as Brown celebrated its 250th birthday. The festivities were part of a gala weekend of lectures, discussions, and academic showcases commemorating the University's past, present, and future.
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