Back Issues
The Woman Who Knew Too Much
Jesselyn Brown Radack ’92 was a triple concentrator at Brown, a member of Phi Beta Kappa, a graduate of Yale Law School, and a well-respected lawyer in the U.S. Department of Justice. So why can’t she find a job?
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Oxford Diary
In which our correspondent provides an irreverent account of his life as a Rhodes Scholar.
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Nesting in Razor Wire
C.D. Wright’s latest poems were born inside Louisiana’s prisons.
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Rowing in Step
Brown's most consistently successful team is led by a pair of coaches who are also husband and wife. How do they do it?
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Good-Bye to All That
When the old Sarah Doyle House was demolished last year to make way for the $94 million life sciences center, few people noticed. But invisible among the rubble was something that gave meaning to all that wood and brick. 
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Layers of the Past
Uncovering—literally—the history of a building.
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Art by the Ton
A Roy Lichtenstein comes to campus
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Hot House
Climate change is good for some, bad for others.
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Always a Smile, Always in Control
Farewell: Samuel M. Nabrit ’32 PhD
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Once Upon a Time in America: June Suzuki Kawamura ’46
How one family went from national security threat to California state government.
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At the Old Ball Game: Eric Nadel ’72
Even after twenty-five years of calling plays for the Texas Rangers, the job still makes him smile.
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A Cop with a Six-Pack: Karen DeLucia Pinch ’88
Meet the fittest female state trooper in the United States. 
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No Trench Coat Required
As a private eye, Amy Gray ’97 exposed crooks and evaluated potential husbands
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No More Killing Fields
How genocide shaped the twentieth century.
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Anything for a Laugh
Screenwriter John Hamburg ’92 and actor Ben Stiller are keeping the box office busy.
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Me and Mel Brooks
Jed Spingarn ’85'
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The Good Angel
Edwidge Danticat examines the contradictions inherent in love and guilt.
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Double Play
They came from the heart of the country four years ago, and they’ve been winning the hearts of Brown baseball fans ever since.
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Boogie Night
What’s it like to party with a Nobel laureate?
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Mail Room
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Heroes’ Return
An impulsive offer reaps unexpected rewards.
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Upward Mobility
Facing graduation, a student looks ambivalently at how far she’s come.
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Old Friends
The most comprehensive study yet on how the dying are treated
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Counting Heads
Reviewing the reviewers at the <i>New York Times</i>
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Beyond Shabbat
Not your parents’ Hillel.
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Judging Merit
The affirmative-action debate misses the point.
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60 Seconds With...
Barbara Roberts, Clinical Assistant Professor
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The Best Thing Since …What?
From the April 1937 BAM
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Obituaries
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Savings Account
Who’s up and who’s down
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Data Points
The latest in research on campus
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Fresh Ink
New books by alumni authors
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In The News
Alumni making headlines
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Sunstruck
Critic’s Corner
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Game Day
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