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Alumni in the headlines
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Medical Modesty
Where does it hurt? Just ask the diagnostic doll.
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Mail Room
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Data Points
The latest in campus research.
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Fresh Ink
New from Brown authors
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Flying Bears
Looking Back: The short, happy life of Browns first flying club.
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In the Crossfire: Jeff Nussbaum 97
The first trick to writing for James Carville is to tick him off, says Jeff Nussbaum, who coauthored Carvilles Had Enough? A Handbook for Fighting Back (Simon & Schuster).
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The Protector: Karen Becker 83
As a vet she practiced herd health; now shes applying those lessons to bioterrorism.
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Life in Revolution: Jack Corcoran 53
He never intended to become a missionary, but after the navy it seemed right.
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A Statesman of Oncology
Farewell: Paul Calabresi
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The Tides of Change
Farewell: Rosemary Pierrel Sorrentino 53 Ph.D.
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Obituaries
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Mutchs Legacy
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Is Anybody Out There?
The fleet of spacecraft descending on Mars this winter represents the biggest and most-determined effort yet to look for life beyond Earth. Guess whos leading the way.
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Brave New Kids
A primer for parents who are better at giving advice than following it themselves.
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The Learning Tree
What the death of a single elm can tell us about who we are.
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Fear and Loathing in Rhode Island
Jincy Willett 78, 81 A.M. writes with a pen as sharp as a razor.
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An Apology For Art
Arnold Weinstein is at it again.
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Selling the Bowl That Burps
How Tupperware parties really set women free.
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Breaking the Heps Hex
Mens cross-country wins its first-ever Ivy championship.
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Fun and Games
Back atop the Ivies, the mens soccer team makes a disappointing first-round exit from the NCAA tourney.
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Domestic Goddess
A granddaughter discovers just how much her grandmother really knows.
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Navigational Fix
A student at sea discovers new bearings for his life in the classroom.
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A Green Light on Guns
President Simmons approves the arming of campus police.
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Gangsters Rapped
Spike Lee blasts young people for getting hooked on cultural opium.
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Prisoners of the Pen
A reminder that words in some countries can still be dangerous.
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Fuzzy Math
Is need-blind changing the calculus of financial aid?
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Person on the Case
A student who wants to transform girls from bystanders to participants.
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Obstacle Course
For this father-daughter marathon team, the miles were the easy part.
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Health-Care Marker
Getting women to stop ignoring their own general health.
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60 Seconds With
Presidential intern Allen Feliz 03
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Game Day
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