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Fifty years after JFK signed the Community Mental Health Act, cognitive therapy pioneer Dr. Aaron Beck ’42 receives the first mental health award in Kennedy’s name.
Before you toss your Blackberry shares overboard, wait—here comes the company’s new CEO, confidence builder John Chen ’78, who aims to turn the ship around.
George Rush ’78 spent a decade dishing the dirt on everyone except his wife—and Julia Roberts.
Marian Salzman ’81 makes public a fact Brunonians already know: Providence is a hotbed for super-smart 20-something entrepreneurs.
The James Bond girls: When Taryn Simon ’97 shoots them, diamonds really are forever.
The Corporation unanimously approved President Paxson’s strategic plan, including a gradual increase in the faculty and student body over the next decade and expansion into the Jewelry District.
Brown’s Wikipedia Edit-a-thon spotlights brilliant and accomplished women in STEM professions don’t seem to make it into Wikipedia entries very often.
After the disruption of Ray Kelly’s campus lecture, President Paxson is taking a variety of steps to examine the incident.
Brown physicist Richard Gaitskell's LUX experiment targets invisible abd extraordinary dark matter atoms.
Tom Catena ’86 and Sonja Brookins Santelises ’89 were among the alumni honored on October 19 for their exceptional service.
See how you can star in Brown’s first crowdsourced video for its 250th Anniversary Celebration.
Classes ending in 4 and 9, we hope to see you next Memorial Day Weekend for Campus Dance, Commencement, forums, receptions, and a whole lot of fun. Details to come in March.
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