Class of 2019

Nov, 2019
Fighting for Their Future
Lauren Maunus ’19 and Emma Bouton ’20 have been on the front lines of the growing youth environmental movement. Read More
Nov, 2019

Stephen Buchwald writes: “2019 was a big year for the Buchwald-Haber household. Our son, Nathan Haber Buchwald ’19, graduated from Brown with a degree in chemistry. I was the recipient of several major awards, including the Roger Adams Award from the American Chemical Society and the Wolf Prize in chemistry.”

 

Nov, 2019
Core Concept
In search of the meaning of democracy Read More
Nov, 2019
Radical Vision
Life, death, love, and humanity through the eyes of Toni Morrison. Read More
Sep, 2019

Nancy Harris writes: “My husband, Brad Parsons ’76, and I enjoyed seeing our youngest son Colby Parsons ’19 graduate. He joins his older brothers, Spencer Parsons ’13 and Cameron Parsons ’14. With all the boys living in different cities in the coming years, we can now happily look forward to seeing them at the many Brown reunions ahead.”

 

Sep, 2019

Russell Pierce claims to be the only member of the Class of 1953 to march in the 251st Commencement procession. “I was especially proud that our family now has three generations of Brown graduates, including my wife Anne Guerry Pierce ’58, our daughter Betsy Pierce Dallapé ’86, and son Russell B. Pierce Jr. ’87 and his wife Lisa Strauss Pierce ’87, and their son Ethan G. Pierce ’19. Two other grandsons, Charles Dallapé ’22 and James Dallapé ’23, round out our family list. I ponder whether our family will end up with more Brown degrees than the original Brown family!”

 

Sep, 2019
Hi-Tech Ethics
Can CS majors save the world? The founders of a student startup think so. Read More
Jul, 2019
Through the Gates, Together
Father-daughter grads Read More
Jul, 2019
Classmates Behind Bars
What happened when students at Brown and at a nearby prison took the same course—together. Read More
Jul, 2019
Northern Aggression
A Brown symposium looks at the key role Rhode Island—and all of New England—played in the slave trade. Read More
May, 2019
Who We Are
Profiles of a few of the exceptional students graduating in 2019. Read More
May, 2019
Toilet Papers
A course on the history and science of human excrement is not a “gut.” Read More
May, 2019
Erg Don’t Lie
An Olympic hopeful smashes a 22-year record Read More
May, 2019
Zap, You're Charged
An idea to get EV owners back on the road Read More
Mar, 2019
Ice Hockey, Played Badly
Noah Cowan ’19 Read More
Jan, 2019
Unfrozen
Professor Bathsheba Demuth on the environment and dog-mushing in the Yukon. Read More
Nov, 2018
Student Journalists, Statewide Impact
An undergrad-reported series on elder abuse may influence Rhode Island policy. Read More
Nov, 2018
A Symphony of Moments
RaMell Ross’s documentary about a black community in the deep south. Read More
Nov, 2018
The 0.3 Percent
Brown's small but expanding community of students who are military veterans Read More
Sep, 2018
Crossing the Political Divide
Americans are more divided than ever. Can we reclaim middle ground? Read More
Sep, 2018
Coffee Catch
The java’s free—just hand over your data Read More
Sep, 2018
Working Vacation
Eight undergrads told us where and how they spent their summer Read More
Sep, 2018
Pot Policy Wonk
Catherine Nacier ’19, ’23 PLME is obsessed with marijuana policy. Read More
Jul, 2018
The Human Trafficking Crisis
Students, faculty, and alums are finding innovative ways to combat it. Read More
Jul, 2018
Military Mentorship
A new veterans network aids students who’ve served during or before Brown Read More

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