Back Issues
Daddy Would Be Proud
Judy Bram Murphy ’81 became a September 11 widow after her husband, Brian, was killed in the World Trade Center attacks. Two years later, life for her and her daughters has in many ways returned to normal. But what’s normal has changed forever.
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The Play’s the Thing
Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright Paula Vogel and renowned director Oskar Eustis are as passionate about teaching drama as they are about creating it. Now, along with past and present students, they’re leading a charge to blend popular theater with the avant-garde.
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Still Wanting After All These Years
Forty years after Betty Friedan wrote <i>The Feminine Mystique</i>, Caroline Knapp ’81 and Meg Wolitzer ’81 find women just as adept at self-denial.
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Critic’s Corner
Jewish Surf Music, Roomful Redux 
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Skating on Thin Ice
A frightening look inside the U.S. nuclear establishment by a twenty-five-year veteran of it.
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Recycled Jewels
Two alumnae find new uses for old beads and glass shards.
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Telling the Truth As it Suits Her
Deb Talan joins the ranks of folk musicians writing and producing their own songs.
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Cracking the Code
The enigmatic scrawl in John Eliot’s Indian Bible.
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Playing the Kosher Card
Pembroke in the late 1950s, from a Jewish woman’s point of view.
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Under the Northern Lights
What is science? Chattering teeth, muddy clothes, and cringing feet.
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Evolution of the Bears
Brown football turns 125
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Poetry in Motion
Nilo Cruz ’94 M.F.A. won the Pulitzer on the strength of his words alone.
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The Call
For Bridget Carpenter ’92, ’95 M.F.A., rejection was key.
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Rescue Worker
For Lynn Nottage ’86 playwriting is all about reclaiming history.
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Location, Location, Location
Director Peter DuBois A.M. ’97 makes all-American plays in Alaska.
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Chronicler of Universal Experience
Farewell: Wallace H. Terry ’59
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Cost-Benefit Ratio: Conor Bohan ’91
Many people have given up on Haiti. But not everyone.
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The Zookeeper: Donna Fernandes ’81
From caring for bugs and snakes to keeping zebras alive.
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Feeding the Spirit: Charles Ansbacher ’65
A conductor who believes classical music is for everyone.
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Back into the Groove?
The football team hopes last year’s losing season was an aberration, not the start of a trend.
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Raising the Rim
Ivy League presidents have just made it tougher for athletes to get in.
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60 Seconds With...
Director of Institutional Diversity Brenda Allen
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Breeding Responsibly
An analysis suggests that Europeans need to have more babies
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A Good Look
Sculptures on loan are adding a new dimension to campus spaces
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Bears Invade Cape Cod
Brown and the Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory join forces
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Knock Loudly and Wait
How to get through freshman year, from someone who should know
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A Piece of the Pie
The University agrees to start paying for its share of local services
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Since Last Time
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Game Day
Henley Regatta and More
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Fresh Ink
New From Brown Authors
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In The News
Alumni in the Headlines
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Obituaries
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Mail Room
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