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The Brothers Moynihan
Two brothers. Two personalities. Two definitions of success. The lives of Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan ’81 and Catholic missionary Patrick Moynihan ’87 show there’s more than one way to change the world.
Teaching Computers to Spell
A farewell to Professor Emeritus of Linguistics and Cognitive Sciences Henry Kucera, inventor of spell-check software.
She Was the First
A farewell to Elizabeth Leduc '48 PhD, Brown's first female biology professor and dean of biological sciences.
Obituaries from the May/June 2010 Issue.
A Sweet Decision
An alumna facing marriage ponders taking on her husband’s surname.
A scholar uses a computer to reunite two halves of a single page from a Lincoln math notebook.
When Did Slavery End?
Just fifty years ago, argues Wall Street Journal reporter Douglas Blackmon.
Fight Like an Egyptian
War breaks out on the Front Green.
Former president of Chile Ricardo Lagos, now a Brown professor at large, explores the contrasting social consequences of the recent earthquakes in his country and Haiti.
Bringing business managers to campus.
Fazal Sheikh takes photographs of the displaced of rural India.
Mara Liasson '77 briefs campus on the national political scene.
Retreat of the Secular
Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Anthony Shadid observes the changing Middle East.
Book Publishing: Any Hope?
Three publishers on the future of books.
Broadway composer David Yazbek '82 teaches a master class in songwriting.
Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts gets its final i-beam.
Since Last Time
A Home for Medicine
Work begins on a rehabbing an old industrial building in Providence's Jewelry District for a new medical school headquarters, marking a turning point for Brown, the city, and the state.
Liam Pierce '08 has seen it all as a gondolier in Central Park. And he's still a romantic.
Winning Isn't Everything
Getting kicked off The Biggest Loser might be the best thing that ever happened to Nicole Brewer '93.
Don Eversley '80 helped revitalize downcity Providence. Now he's taking on Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Without Missing a Beat
Susan Low Sauer '57 taught, raised four kids, and when her husband died, took over his business.
Rap star Snoop Dogg headlined this year's annual Spring Weekend clad in a Brown hockey jersey.
Ice & Snow
Hockey star Becky Kellar '97 calls it quits after four Olympic medals. Skier Dow Travers '11 is just getting started.
I Can Do That
An alumna runs the Boston Marathon to raise awareness about narcolepsy and money for narcolepsy research.
The men's lacrosse team entered Gillette Stadium for the New England Lacrosse Classic.
Meehan Rocks Again
A new coach takes men's hockey to the ECAC Final Four.
Merrill Stubbs '99 and Amanda Hesser take their love of food online.
Grammy winner Mary Chapin Carpenter '81 has a new album out.
What Is Patriotism?
Dilip D'Souza '84 ScM hits the road in the United States to search for insights into his home country of India, becoming the latest writer to update Tocqueville's 1831 journey.
Updating the Past
Interior designer Sara Gilbane '02 brings history to slipcovers.
Are You a Genius?
David Shenk ’88 believes that, when it comes to defining intelligence, we haven’t been very smart.
Confused by contradictory reviews of new movies? Check out this site by alum David A. Gross '79.
The Art of Memory
Two alumnae explore what it means to remember and to forget at this year’s Whitney Biennial in New York City.