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Bear on the Move
Save the Spin
This Is Progress?
What About the Women?
Race in the 1950's
How to Enjoy Exercise
Most of us work out to improve our well being, not to compete. So don't train like you're trying to make the Olympic team.
Déjà Vu (All Over Again)
Men’s soccer wins its twentieth Ivy title and plays in the NCAA tournament for the sixth time in the last seven years.
Between The Elms
From California rock climbers to Bears on the Green: An introduction to the new but fast-growing sport of slacklining.
My Mysterious Admirer
An anonymous Valentine's Day card she'll never forget.
Obituaries from the January/February 2012 issue.
Every helmet tells a story.
The Phenomenal Doug Ulman
This young bone cancer survivor Livestrong has turned Lance Armstrong's Livestrong into one of the most visible and effective cancer foundations in the world.
The Hometown Mayor
Alex Morse ’11 has been preparing to run for mayor of his hometown, Holyoke, Massachusetts, ever since he finished high school. He ran, he won, now things are about to get a lot tougher.
A novelist and a poet on the Nanjing massacre of 1937.
Nostalgia Machines at Bell
Breaking the Code
Did Roger Williams write in code in the margins of this book? If so, why?
Why do elderly African Americans get fewer flu shots than any other group?
A Look Back
Mortar on Mars
You're not going to believe what students are cooking up with DNA these days. Think cement. And think Mars.
Adam Bright '05 and Natasha Haverty '08 are collecting the history of one of the best debating teams of all time—a team made up entirely of prisoners.
Daniel Alam '92 A doctor gives a patient a new look and new lease on life.
Private School Pioneer
Randall C. Dunn '87 has broken the racial barrier by heading some of the country's most elite schools.
Dreams of Africa
When she finally made it to Tanzania, Nancy Scull '63 fell in love with a rural school.
"We will wear you down by the Negro's capacity to suffer," Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. told a capacity crowd in Pembroke.
After Tater Tots
A visit from The Office star John Krasinski '01 sends students reeling.
He Goes for the Jugular
Horror writer Scott Snyder '98 is the Stephen King of graphic novels.
Fresh Ink: Newly Published Books from Brown People
Writing from His Roots
Actor, novelist, and playwright Ayad Akhtar '93 gives voice to the experience of American Muslims since 9/11.
A New Film by Producer Cara Marcous ’97
A film about teens covering up a murder, produced by Cara Marcous ’97
John M. Barry ’68 writes about Roger Williams and his legacy of religious freedom.
A New Film by Richard Yelland ’90
A new film by Richard Yelland ’90 about a surfer paralyzed from the chest down.
A Serious Career Option
On her latest CD, Brooklynite Rebecca Pronsky '02 develops a "noirish" country twang.