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January / February 2005
Are journals pricing themselves out of the libraries?
Getting Out the Vote
Views from the left and right
The BDH and the Undergraduate Council of Students part ways
Managing to Care
Doctors line up to treat the uninsured
Freeing Up the Net
Are you ready for Internet2?
Wasted No More
A new use for surplus medical supplies
Another science building takes shape -- on the drawing board
In the News
Alumni in the headlines
EDMUND "SKIP" EVELETH '32: It's never too late to start that first book.
Preparing for the Push-Button War
Something to Prove
LESTER "NICK" NICHOLSON '69: Around the world in a backyard sailboat.
JACQUELYN DAVIS '93: Getting dirty, doing good.
AKIMICHI INABA '99: Reconstructing architectural treasures.
Martha Dickie Sharp Cogan '26
Courage Under Fire
W. Wyeth Willard '27
Derek Anson Jones '83
The Good Fight
Can an intern make a difference?
Sorry, No Relation
The Life and Death of Rick Schomp
Scientists now understand depression and suicide better than ever. Will it make a difference?
Crisis at the heart of the Mind
How to Fight Depression
The two-fisted approach: drugs and therapy.
Out of Darkness
Wiliam Styron's battle with depression.
Engineering is Barrett Hazeltine's second career. He's so good at his first - teaching - that each year nearly one of every ten undergraduates takes his course.
Will Joanna Zeiger '92 compete for the United States at this year's first-ever Olympic triathlon?
A Modest Proposal
What Brown can learn from the service academies, and what they can learn from Brown
How to Love Words
Searching for self by the Seine.
A novel inspired by the world's first sex-change operation.
An adventurous history of the Cape and Islands.
Drama in the Dust
A South that Faulkner never knew.
Tradition and Change
Can you see beyond what makes you different?
Final Winter results
The View from the Seats
A conference asks: what's happened to sport?
The sport Brown should have invented.
Every Honor But One
Women's hockey just misses.
Olympic hopeful Trinity Gray has his eye on the 800-meter world record.
This New House
Habitat for Humanity comes to campus
Just the DNA, Ma'am
Undoing wrongful convictions
The Living End
Assuring quality end-of-life care
Picking the next president
A Carberry primer
The Justice Factor
A campus fight triggers questions about race and judgment