At the ripe old age of 26, Vinay Parameswaran ’09 will conduct maestro Itzhak Perlman in a Beethoven concerto next week.
A new novel set in war-torn Uganda by Susan Minot ’78 finds a different heart of darkness.
Boyish David Walton ’01 is resoundingly mature about his new TV role.
Matt Miller ’83 is throwing his hat into the California congressional ring—and here’s why.
A leading California land trust is tapping Shelley Ratay ’98 to help the state stay ever-green.
Wolves of Wall Street? Kevin Roose ’09 shadows young financiers and finds them more like sheep in wolves’ clothing.
While effervescent Alexandra Wagner ’99 talks up DC politics, she and her White House beau are the talk of the town.
Sean Morey ’99, former special teams captain for the Pittsburgh Steelers, is bringing his talent for dealing with adversity to Princeton’s sprint football team.
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To kick off its semiquincentenary, the University planned rich array of talks, screenings, performances, panels, and tours – as well as a dazzling fireworks display and a slice of University Hall-shaped cake.
Starting this month, alumni around the world will celebrate Brown’s 250th. Find a celebration near you on the alumni event calendar, or watch your inbox for invitations from your local Brown club.
The Ashoka Exchange brought together faculty, students, and administrators from many states and over two dozen countries in the name of social innovation.
A group of students and faculty at Brown, together with peers at RISD and MIT, are adding an "A" to the traditional STEM fields. And their effort to unite the arts and sciences has momentum.
New research by professor of pediatrics Betty Vohr confirms: language is our lifeblood. In the NICU, preemies whose parents talked to them had better language development.
Political scientist Peter Andreas, professor of political science, reveals how molasses smugglers helped fuel the American Revolution.
Classes ending in 4 and 9, catch up with friends and enjoy an array of events, receptions, and performances this Memorial Day weekend.