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The Planet Will Be Fine
pulver.main.thb.jpgAsk Brown researchers what they’re doing about global warming, and you get a surprising variety of answers. From designing a better car to studying the spread of malaria in a warmer world...

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Bringing Up Baby
03.paulfeat.thm.jpgAre you doing everything you can to help your toddler thrive? According to Pamela Paul ’93, savvy marketers may be exploiting your anxiety—and it could be dangerous.
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Number One
01.lars.thm.jpgLars Tiffany ’90 became head coach determined to revive the team. Two years later the Bears are Ivy League champions.
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Robinson Heads West
robinson.thb.jpgAfter two quick, record-setting years, head basketball coach Craig Robinson leaves Brown for Oregon State.
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Long Ride on a Short Bus
new.mooney.jpgJonathan Mooney ’00 drives a bus cross-country to observe the difference between “freaks” and “normal” people.
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The Gleeful Alarmist
05.boom1.thm.jpgPlaywright Peter Sinn Nachtrieb ’97 explores the thin line between humans and their basest instincts.
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A Whole New Fan Base
01.weepies.thm.jpgDeb Talan ’90  and her husband, Steve Tannen, break out of the coffeehouse circuit and go primetime.

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I Want Dignity, Man
07.steelcity.thm.jpgAfter nearly fifty years, character actor Raymond J. Barry ’61 might just become a household name.
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Power To The People
03.morales.thm.jpgBolivia’s president describes his brand of socialism: equality among human beings.
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Murder in Ghana
frimpong.thm.jpgA farewell to Roko (Richard) Kwasi Frimpong '77.
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Disturbing the Peace
01.elms.thm.jpgPolice investigate an off-campus firebombing of a Hillel graduate fellow.
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Defining a Continent
09.poetry2.thm.jpgA group of writers asks: what does African literature mean?
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Biding His Time
01.pov.thm.jpgA mother wants her teenage son back. Will he ever return?
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Replay
02.rugby.thm.jpgThanks to players like Blaine Martin '11 and Whitney Brown '09 the women's rugby team, which won the Ivy Championships.
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On The Wall
04.mamet.thm.jpg"Night Bodies" by photographer Willa Mamet '05.
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Automation
02.edible.thm.jpgFor a "Fast Food" competion, Brown engineering students designed and raced edible cars.
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Appearances
06.scorsese.thm.jpgFilmmaker Martin Scorsese headlined the student-run Ivy Film Festival and kept the capacity crowd rapt.
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Beadwork
04.beads.thm.jpgElizabeth Hoover, of Mohawk/Mi'kmaq descent, teaches a workshop on how to sew pow-wow dance outfits.
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Balancing Act
MayDay.thm.jpgThe May Day celebration was an annual Women’s College event until the 1950s.
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A Life on the Court
03.robinson.thm.jpgCharles A. Robinson III ’51. Officiating in basketball is risky business, says this longtime ref.
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One of Our Oldest Living Alums Tells All
02.100yrs.thm.jpgSarah Mazick Saklad ’28. Stubbornness, she says, is key to success and long life.
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It Takes Two
05.tango.thm.jpgMichelle Marsidi ’99. For her, tango is a conversation without words.

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A Classically Trained Sitcom Star
groh.thm.jpgA farewell to David Groh '61.
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Women Who Had It All and Chucked It
02.10year.thm.jpgMeg Wolitzer ’81 pulls back the curtain on Upper West Side mothers.
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Fresh Ink
Fresh Ink
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Critic's Corner
Critics Corner
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Game Day
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Since Last Time
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The Fearless One
The Fearless One
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The Loss of a Heart and a Mind
The Loss of a Heart and a Mind
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Nation of Jailers
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Taxation-Or Theft?
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Tolerance Zone
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Skin Color
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Brown and Jews
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Getting Along
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Scanning History
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Memory Lane
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Science and You
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Davis Redux
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That Liberal BAM
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Taller Than Jesus
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Remembering
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Conundrum
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Correction
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