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Christopher Hayes '01 A Nation editor who's published too many words to get elected to anything.
Dorm Life Redux
Mark Schapiro '94 & Matt Meyer '94 Two dorm-mates are reunited twenty years later in Iraq.
Making a Better Her
PBS host Alison Stewart '88 has had to change her appearance so many times for TV producers through the years, she's finally relieved to be just who she is.
When Business Can Be Fun
After earning tons of money in real estate, Arthur Solomon '61 returned to his first passion and bought a couple of minor league baseball teams.
So you think a writer’s life is glamorous? You try sitting in your pj’s all day, staring at a screen while waiting for inspiration to arrive.
When, like Annie Keating ’92, you're a mom and an aspiring songwriter, you've got to write your best stuff at the gym.
A Geek in the Kitchen
Computer scientist Jeff Potter writes a cookbook for an underserved group of foodies: nerds like him.
Remember those scary stories your scoutmaster told around the campfire? What if they roused a real monster?
Playing with Real Life
Peter DuBois directs Stephen Karam's comedy about a prank with tragic consequences.
This Is Your Year
How a novelist and her devoted publisher overcame long odds to win a National Book Award.
Down and Out at the Races
Jaimy Gordon ’72 AM surprised a lot of people when she won the National Book Award for her novel Lord of Misrule. Is it really that good?
Protecting the Dream
When Brown Alumni Association president Joseph M. Fernandez '85 died in December, he left behind a legacy of helping others.
Obituaries from the March/April 2011 issue.
Trash eating robots invade campus.
On the Ice
A Serious Teacher
HRW and Israel
Race in the 1960s
Pete Greskoff '11 looks to set a new all-time Brown homerun mark.
Women & Co. founder and former Hillary Clinton press secretary Lisa Caputo '86 first learned about success as an Ivy champion.
Richard Holbrooke ’62 was known for ending the war in the Balkans in 1995, but he died before he could bring peace to Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Dispatches From the Bat Cave
Why are so many researchers at Brown studying bats? They are nature's best fliers. Their brains are quick and nimble. And they might be able to help us design new military drones that can zip into caves in search of bin Laden.
After a career in investment banking, Arthur Carter '53 turned to a news business, demonstrating his golden touch in the arts.
Reshaping the U.
It's official. After seven years and more than 69,000 Brown has raised a record $1.61 billion, ending the most successful fund-raising campaign in its history.
Take a Lesson from Lear
Age won't make you wiser, but it may help you appreciate the past.
Hands on Learning
Brown's not only renovating buildings. It's giving low-income workers a chance to pick up a trade.
Planetary geologist Jim Head ’69 PhD wanted to taste every beer made on his home planet. Then came the microbrews.
Applications for the Class of 2015
Guests throng the Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts at the opening reception.
He Likes to Sew
Brown’s newest Marshall Scholar is a brilliant mathematician and an excellent seamster.