Back Issues
Fresh Ink
Fresh_Ink_thb.jpg New books include a Washington novel by Thomas Mallon ’73, a biography of Lou Reed, and a look at the modern mind.
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A Mug in the Morning
SusanCheever2_thb.jpg Susan Cheever ’65 looks at U.S. history and finds a lot of booze, from the Pilgrims to Richard Nixon.
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Human Experience
Hoffman_at_The-Confirmation_thb.jpg Film executive Todd Hoffman ’89 is betting on movies that may lack special effects but are built on strong stories and characters.
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A Generous Spirit
Tucker_Nichols_thb.jpg Tucker Nichols ’93 always wanted to be an artist. Now he's illustrated This Bridge Will Not Be Gray, Dave Eggars new kids book.
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Life in a Mill Town
Sweat_by_Lynn_Nottage_thb.jpg Sweat, the new play by Pulitzer-winner Lynn Nottage ’86, will begin a run at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., in January.
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Hunger Games
Alexandra_Kleeman_thb.jpg A debut novel by Alexandra Kleeman ’07, weaves together beauty standards, female friendship, and suburban life.
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An Epic Tale
In-the-Heart-of-the-Sea_thb.jpg In the Heart of the Sea, the survival adventure by Nathaniel Philbrick ‘78 comes to the big screen.
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Back to Basics
Scott_Anderson_thb.jpg For Oscar-winning special effects 
wizard Scott Anderson ’86, blockbusters are not enough.
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An All-Time Great
Pincinces_Faria_thb.jpg Brown women's soccer legend Phil Pincince ends his coaching career after 39 seasons and 12 Ivy League championships.
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Lasting Difference
Hassenfeld_Institute_thb.jpg Thanks to a former Hasbro chairman's $12.5 million gift, Brown will start an institute dedicated to improving children’s health.
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Rowing to U.S Gold
Gobbo_WorldChamp_thb.jpg Tessa Gobbo ’13 helped the U.S. win the World Rowing Championships in the U.S. women's 8 boat.
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Demolition Man
UrbanStudiesPaintOut_thb.jpg How do you say good-bye to the urban studies department's former home before it's demolished? With graffiti, of course.
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Messed Up World
Jane_Goodall_thb.jpg A tireless Jane Goodall arrives at Brown and inspires students with a message of environmental sustainability.
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Fear of Failing
Michael_Dell_thb.jpg Computer industry giant Michael Dell tells students how to be a success—even though he dropped out of college to become one.
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Profile in Courage
Malala_film_thb.jpg Davis Guggenheim ’86 screens his powerful new documentary about Nobel Peace Prize–winner Malala Yousafzai.
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Moral Outrage
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New York Times columnist Charles Blow tells students how to fight systematic bias by remembering history.

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Another Call to Action
Covo_gates_thb.jpg At Opening Convocation, President Paxson and Professor of African Studies Tricia Rose addressed U.S. racial issues.
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Saying Yes
Convocation2015_thb.jpg A look at statistics behind the class of 2019 shows that 12 percent of its members are the first in their families to go to college.
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The Country's Reflection
Nina_Totenberg_thb.jpg National Public Radio’s Nina Totenberg looks back on 47 years of covering the Supreme Court.
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What You Thought
Contreras_thb.jpgReader comments from the last two months.
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The Grand Tour
Callan_in_London_thb.jpg Popular YouTube tour guide Dennis Callan ’67 offers advice to readers considering a trip to Europe.
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From Seed to Skin
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Ana Lyman ’04 produces sustainable, socially conscious cosmetics by controlling production "from seed to skin."

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A Johnson Visit
Johnson_thb.jpg On campus 50 years ago for Brown's 200th anniversary, President Johnson started the National Endowment for the Humanaties.
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Faith and Acceptance
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To Jasmine Beach-Ferrara ’98, even after the Supreme Court's approval of same-sex marriage, "The fight has barely begun."

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Stamps of Approval
Stamp_Finally_thb.jpg Before Al Hirschfeld stepped in, postage stamps had no personality. Then they paid tribute to laughter.
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A Civic Duty
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Pulitzer-winning newspaper editor Peter Kovacs ’78 wants to make sure investigative journalism survives tough times.

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From the President
Together.jpg After searching for a name for Brown's new fund-raising campaign, President Paxson chose BrownTogether. Here's why.
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A World in Turmoil
Niilo_Woodrow_thb.jpg Before the rise of the the U.S. State Department got so big, diplomacy could be a more personal affair.
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Same Time Next Year?
Sporting_friends_thb.jpg Four members of the class of 1955 vowed to stay friends forever. Now that friendship has lasted for 60 years.
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Holiday Stars
GiftGuide_thb.jpg Want the secret to smart, stick-to-your-budget shopping? Here's our ninth annual gift guide. (BAM readers get discounts.)
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Working As One
Campaign_leadthb.jpg With BrownTogether, the $3 billion comprehensive fund-raising campaign the University kicked off in February, Brown will raise twice as much money as it ever has before. How that money will be spent reveals a great deal about how Brown sees itself now and well into the future.
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