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Two books about the shocking violence in Colombia.
Ebony editor Amy DuBois Barnett ’91 brings an iconic magazine to a new generation.
Obituaries from the November/December 2012 issue.
Brunonian to the World
Farewell to A. Edward Giberti '54
It's a Small World After All
GIFT GUIDE PROFILE: Aisha Bailey '99 went from drawing cartoons on her friends' birthday cards to making dolls aimed at boosting kids' confidence.
Working the Night Shift
GIFT GUIDE PROFILE: Former history concentrator Victoria Hunter McKenzie '81 makes art using New York City subway fare cards.
Surprised by Light
GIFT GUIDE PROFILE: When Steve Weinstock '87 discovered the holography lab at Brown, it changed his life and unleashed his creativity.
The Urge to Create
GIFT GUIDE PROFILE: Clare Frost '06 makes tote bags that combine two of her interests, architecture and textiles.
This year’s BAM gift guide offers everything from high-style skiwear to a pocket-size survival kit for mountain bikers and an all-in-one electrical adaptor that can power up a phone or laptop most anywhere. Check out alumni inventiveness—and get Brown-only discounts of up to 60 percent.
The many ways that war has killed the young.
The Rule of Law
Ben Hernandez-Stern ’03 Helping Iraqis build a country of laws can get a lawyer killed.
Teach Your Teachers Well
Aleta Margolis '89 believes that, given the right teachers, public school students can love going to school again.
The Culinary Detective
Barbara Anderson Rotger ’86 says you'd be surprised what you find in recipe boxes.
Critic Martin Bernheimer '58 has been writing about opera for almost sixty years.
When the time came to prune campus trees, it sometimes made sense to hand Walter Fries ’57 the chainsaw.
A Feminist Archive
Collecting the voices of women who fought for—and in some cases opposed—equal rights.
A photographer’s unflinching tribute to fathers.
Koji Masutani ’05 is bringing the past to life for a generation that lives online.
For Chris Coles ’69, making the biggest flop in box-office history was a personal bonanza.
Making animated films for artsy adults.
Who is Christina Paxson?
The University's nineteenth president reflects on her life, her career, and what she's thinking about the future of Brown.
The Future of Print News
Are newspapers doomed? If they are, what happens to journalism?
Under the Lights
The third night game at Brown Stadium in as many years, actually started well before sunset.
New head men’s basketball coach Mike Martin ’04 stresses defense and a quick offense
Maggie Hassan ’80 and Jack Markell ’82 bring the total to four.
At the Swearer Center’s 25th anniversary festivities September 24, students greeted President Paxson.
In Defense of the Filibuster
If you’re tired of the political gridlock in Washington, D.C., you might think getting rid of the filibuster would be a good idea
What’s the value of a liberal education? That was the topic of a TEDx conference held at Brown during Family Weekend.
Brown and RISD hosted the fifth annual Better World by Design conference, the brainchild of four engineering and art students.
Make the twenty-first century one of compassion and dialogue, the Dalai Lama tells a crowd of 5,600.
Diversity: Skin Deep?
Willie's Last Game