Back Issues
Saving the Children
Two of them are from warring ethnic groups, but these three South Asians have been united by friendship for fourteen years. Now they are putting their bond to a higher purpose: building a model of pediatric health care for the entire developing world. [Cover Story]
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The Player
He championed indie films during the 1980s. Later, as a Fox studio executive, Tom Rothman '76 supervised the making of Titanic, which has grossed $1.9 billion. Now, as cochairman of Fox Filmed Entertainment, he's found a way to make good stories pay. [Feature]
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The End of Innocence
ma06f2_thumb.jpgWhen classes began in the fall of 1963, the civil rights movement was in full swing. Two months later, President Kennedy was dead. It was enough to make a young freshman from Louisiana doubt everything he'd been raised to believe. [Feature]
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Anticlimax
ma06e1_thumb.jpgBrown police are finally armed, but no one's up in arms. [Elms]
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Women With Something to Say
ma06e2_thumb.jpgWhat if Africa's greatest problem is not HIV or clean water but passivity? [Elms]
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Clues from a Comet
Okay, all life requires water, but how do you get the water in space? [Elms]
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One Great Piano
mao6e5d_thumb.jpgA new Steinway arrives in Sayles Hall, and President Simmons plays the first chord.
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Swing Shift
Bipolar teens experience more and different mood swings than adults do, according to a new study. [Elms]
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Getting Oriented
ma06spov_thumb.jpgLatin Dancing, a student toes the line between East and West. [Student POV]
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The Power of a Witness
ma06apov_thumb.jpgMonitoring elections in Bosnia teaches lessons far deeper than politics. [Alumni POV]
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She Rules the Court
Sarah Hayes '06 is taking women's basketball to new heights.
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And Then Came the Super Bowl
If you thought the Ivy League championship put the cap on this year's Brown football season, think again.
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Reviving Icarus
ma06ac1_thumb.jpgAfter his brother, David, died in the Lockerbie bombing, Ken Dornstein set out to write his biography.
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Peanut Butter Blues
This sixties-style folkie is out to change the world - one song at a time.
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She's Not Your Basic Chick on TV
With Boston Legal, Julie Bowen '91 creates another smart, complex woman.
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Autism, From A to Z
When their sons were diagnosed with developmental disorders, two alumnae responded by writing guidebooks for other parents.
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The Generalist
Anne Brewer '71: She's a doctor, a priest, and a hockey player. Her personality, she says, needs them all.
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Gold Medal Shrink
Sean McCann '82: For fifteen years he's been working with U.S. Olympic athletes on the mental part of their games.
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Flower Power
Douglas Donaldson '86: Theaching kids that Saturdays aren't just for going to the mall.
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The Long Shot
Dufirstson Neree '96: Dufirstson Neree hopes to become the first Haitian American in the U.S. Congress.
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Let's Pass It Out
ma06obit1_thumb.jpgSidney Frank '42
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Listening to Babies
maobits3_thumb.jpgPeter D. Eimas
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The Pingree Factor
David Pingree
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