CEOs cook the numbers. Baseball players take steroids. Students buy term papers online. With cheating easier and more tempting than ever, professors are beginning to wonder whether it's a problem on the rise.
Roadside bombs and rocket-propelled grenades have produced more nonlethal wounds in Iraq than any other U.S. war. Now a group of Brown researchers is using new technologies to help the seriously wounded resume their lives.
In the months since the December 26 tsunami killed at least 300,000 people in southern Asia, people worldwide have rallied to aid the countries devastated by the tragedy. The BAM asked alumni, students, faculty, and staff: what did you do?