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Ayad Akhtar '93 wins a Pulitzer Prize for his debut play.
Alan Shalita '57 receives the top honor in the field of dermatology.
Author of the newly-published The Interestings, Meg Wolitzer '81, gives readers a peek into her everyday life.
Ken Colburn '88 and his health care R & D organization have a solution to Medicare that is falling upon deaf ears.
Stephen Levin '03 and Stephen Pierson '98 battle for a seat on the New York City Council.
Syrian-born author Nihad Sirees, a fellow in Brown's International Writers Project, explains what is really at stake for Syria.
Brown helps prepare future engineers by offering free online course to high school students.
Women's water polo team makes a splash at the Eastern Championships.
President Christina Paxson speaks on higher education and economics in her recent World Bank lecture.
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