Back Issues
Knowledge Costs
Are journals pricing themselves out of the libraries?
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Getting Out the Vote
Views from the left and right
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Cancelled Check
The BDH and the Undergraduate Council of Students part ways
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Managing to Care
Doctors line up to treat the uninsured
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Freeing Up the Net
Are you ready for Internet2?
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Wasted No More
A new use for surplus medical supplies
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Replicating Labs
Another science building takes shape -- on the drawing board
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In the News
Alumni in the headlines
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Lucky Guy
EDMUND "SKIP" EVELETH '32: It's never too late to start that first book.
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Preparing for the Push-Button War
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The Takeover
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Something to Prove
LESTER "NICK" NICHOLSON '69: Around the world in a backyard sailboat.
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Hands-On Help
JACQUELYN DAVIS '93: Getting dirty, doing good.
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Virtual Bricks
AKIMICHI INABA '99: Reconstructing architectural treasures.
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Guardian Angel
Martha Dickie Sharp Cogan '26
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Courage Under Fire
W. Wyeth Willard '27
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The Conjurer
Derek Anson Jones '83
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The Good Fight
Can an intern make a difference?
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Sorry, No Relation
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The Life and Death of Rick Schomp
Scientists now understand depression and suicide better than ever. Will it make a difference?
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Understanding Suicide
Crisis at the heart of the Mind
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How to Fight Depression
The two-fisted approach: drugs and therapy.
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Out of Darkness
Wiliam Styron's battle with depression.
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Hazeltine's Way
Engineering is Barrett Hazeltine's second career. He's so good at his first - teaching - that each year nearly one of every ten undergraduates takes his course.
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Quick-Change Artist
Will Joanna Zeiger '92 compete for the United States at this year's first-ever Olympic triathlon?
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A Modest Proposal
What Brown can learn from the service academies, and what they can learn from Brown
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How to Love Words
Searching for self by the Seine.
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Self, Divided
A novel inspired by the world's first sex-change operation.
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Beach Reading
An adventurous history of the Cape and Islands.
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Drama in the Dust
A South that Faulkner never knew.
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Tradition and Change
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Finding Trust
Can you see beyond what makes you different?
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Mail Room
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Obituaries
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Scoreboard
Final Winter results
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The View from the Seats
A conference asks: what's happened to sport?
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Hippie Roots
The sport Brown should have invented.
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Every Honor But One
Women's hockey just misses.
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The Front-Runner
Olympic hopeful Trinity Gray has his eye on the 800-meter world record.
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This New House
Habitat for Humanity comes to campus
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Just the DNA, Ma'am
Undoing wrongful convictions
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The Living End
Assuring quality end-of-life care
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The Search
Picking the next president
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Leap-Year Legend
A Carberry primer
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The Justice Factor
A campus fight triggers questions about race and judgment
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