Call him Walt Whitman in reverse: he won one of poetry’s most prestigious awards, but Afaa Michael Weaver ’87 AM says he’s still searching for the song of himself.
How Doug Ulman ’99 is fixing what Lance Armstrong has broken: The CEO of Livestrong talks about its comeback.
It’s a big job getting ready for "The Big One," but let’s hope that the talents of Lucy Jones ’76, Los Angeles’ new earthquake czar, are never put to the test.
Attention gamers: Walter Driver ’04, CEO of Scopely, has your next favorite game already in the works.
Where does a young techie go after landing a senior editorship at the NYT? Jonathan Ellis ’06 is heading to Mashable.
Red Sox star Jonny Gomes’ style was loud and clear on his recent White House visit, thanks to Loudmouth label designer Scott "Woody" Woodworth ’82.
The first female athletics director at Penn will be former Bears track & field star M. Grace Calhoun ’92.
Cast your eyes over the landscape of the Deepwater Horizon tragedy in a prize-winning new film by Margaret Brown ’94.
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Want to wax eloquent on your college days but you're at a loss for words? Never fear, The Brown Reader is here. In celebration of the semiquincentenary, 50 great Brunonian writers and artists remember their time on College Hill.
This year’s admitted undergraduates hit record levels of ethnic diversity, and that’s just one component of their rich, varied backgrounds.
Top Catholic medal goes to molecular biologist Professor Kenneth Miller ’70 will receive this year’s Laetare Medal, the highest award given to a U.S. Catholic, for his pursuit of “two distinct but harmonious vocations.”
Inspired by research on bats in flight, engineers Kenny Breuer and Shreyas Mandre are designing an efficient—and more flexible—way to harness ocean tides for energy: water wings.