Back Issues
For Love and Money
After flocking to high-paying firms during the greatest economic expansion in U.S. history, many recent graduates now find themselves jobless. For some, the economic downturn may be a blessing in disguise.
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Shakespeare and Scandal
For 100 years Sock and Buskin has been turning out actors bound for Broadway, The Big Chill - and Wall Street.
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Under Siege
Trapped in Ramallah, a teacher finds himself unable to return to his students.
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The Big Parade
Commencement Number 234, and Counting.
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A Partisan Perspective
With subjects - and readers - like them, how can a magazine go wrong?
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I Will Not Fear
To a woman raised in a country at war, September 11 seems all too familiar.
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Sacred Places
Navigating the crosscurrents of tension and understanding.
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The Agony of Defeat
Baseball loses the division by one pitch.
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Searching for Answers
Experts weigh in on reforming the Brown police
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Gulf of Disharmony
NPR's Sylvia Poggioli tries to bridge the Atlantic
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Hand in Glove
Young entrepreneurs at work
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Stepping Up
The NCAA champion women's rowing team does it again.
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The Case for Good Neighbors
Poverty as a problem of human rights
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Under Scrutiny
Consultants look at racial profiling and come up empty
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Reckoning with the Dead
More than 700 people died during Chicago's 1995 heat wave. Could their deaths have been prevented?
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Toothless on Vinyl
To really comprehend the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, you really ought to be there.
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Blinding Beauty
Finding the hidden people of the Amazon.
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Style Central
Clueing in the cognoscenti.
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Competing for Shelf Space
Two young editors have shown that even a 500-year-old university press can produce best-sellers.
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Fantastic Voyage
How science fiction helped topple the Soviet regime.
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Visceral Language
Ben Marcus '91 M.F.A. on the power of words.
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60 Seconds With...
Evelyn Hu-Dehart: Director, Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America
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He Seized Every Moment
Farewell: Brian W. Dickinson '73 A.M.
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An Independent Woman
Farewell: Rose Ring Carroll '54 Ph.D.
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Reunion Report: 1997
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Reunion Report: 1992
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Reunion Report: 1987
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Reunion Report: 1982
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Reunion Report: 1977
More than 500 classmates and their guests celebrated a wonderful twenty-fifth reunion over four glorious days filled with banter, barbecues, and a brunch with Providence mayor "Buddy" Cianci.
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Reunion Report: 1972
"We had an absolute ball." "We wouldn't change a thing for the thirty-fifth." Those are just two of the many comments we heard from the 108 classmates and sixty-six spouses and guests who flocked to campus for our thirtieth reunion.
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Reunion Report: 1967
About eighty-five classmates and fifty-four guests attended our thirty-fifth reunion.
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Reunion Report: 1962
About 100 classmates and guests congregated for our fortieth reunion. Those who stayed to march basked in the sunshine and the sounds of bagpipes, " Ever True," and cheers of "'62! '62!" proclaimed by the newest alumni of Brown.
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Reunion Report: 1957
How to describe our forty-fifth reunion and President Ruth Simmons's first? Just wonderful! With many people back, some for the first time since graduation, we ate, danced, schmoozed, marched, and left with renewed spirit for Brown.
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Reunion Report: 1952
Reunion weekend brought 312 of us to brown - 199 members of the class of '52, plus guests and spouses. Some, returning for their first reunion since graduation, couldn't believe the myriad changes.
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Reunion Report: 1947
We kicked off our 55th reunion with the brown bear buffet and campus Dance on Friday night.
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Reunion Report: 1942
With great spring weather and wonderful events, we celebrated an outstanding sixtieth reunion. The weekend began with cocktails at class headquarters and a short bus ride for dinner at the Squantum Club on the Providence River, which was attended by eighty-three classmates and guests.
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Reunion Report: 1937
After many months of talk, our sixty-fifth reunion has come and gone. We're already looking forward to the next official one.
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The Waters of Hope
When all paths led to a dear old well.
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Data Points
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Interior Design
Sheila Bridges '86
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Fresh Ink
New titles from Brown authors.
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Critic's Corner
Sam Wineburg '80
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Heard at the Forums
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Honorary Degrees
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Since Last Time
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Game Day
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Mail Room
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Obituaries
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