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May / June 1998
A federal court backs Brown in a sexual harassment case.
A conference looks at creativity and its consequences.
Remembering a publishing giant.
The Real Caribbean
The one the tourists don't see.
Combining good science and good eats.
Dinner and a Movie
Gordon Gee has a date with his wife. Five hundred students tag along.
Mr. Jindal goes to Washington.
Looking for life on a Jupiter moon.
Since Last Time...
The Bittersweet Prize
A Brown playwright wins a Pulitzer
WBRU - News Station of the Year
The Ecological Detectives
The natural world of south Florida is dying. Robert Halley '71 Sc.M. and Steven Miller '76 are part of an army of scientists trying to figure out why.
The Year of Thinking Dangerously
The events of 1969-70 changed Brown and the world around it. A novelist remembers the uncertainties and tensions that are the stuff of good historical fiction.
My Mother, My Loss
When a mother dies, young people are often scarred by a grief they don't understand. Sociologist Lynn Davidman may be helping a new generation chart a healthier path.
How a `nice girl from Pawtucket' went to New York and ended <br>up acting beside Paul Newman and Sarah Jessica Parker.
Hope in the Unseen
For years, Brown was an imagined place for Cedric Jennings '99. When he finally arrived on campus, though, the adjustments he faced were daunting and all too real.
Taking on City Hall
To students, urban politics is a subject. To political science professor James Morone, it's an obsession.
When the Stars Come Out
The little pops concert that grew and grew.
BAM: Alum in the News
The Thrill of Victory
It's official: the women are ready for prime time. (And sportswriters are often the last to know.
A Woman of Honor
Oh, how some fraternities have changed.