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February 2016

2/12/16
Brown v. Harvard Men's Basketball and Pre-Game Meet-Up
Cambridge, MA | Brown Club of Boston
7:00 pm, John Harvard's Brewery & Alehouse, 33 Dunster Street
Join fellow Brown basketball fans for a pre-game meet-up in Harvard Square with complimentary appetizers provided by the Brown Club of Boston and the Brown University Sports Foundation (BUSF). Afterwards, head over the bridge to the Lavietes Pavilion to cheer on Brown as they take on Ivy rival Harvard. To purchase game tickets, email Dylan LaPlante (Sales Consultant for Harvard Department of Athletics). You may also call him at (617) 496-5831. Be sure to get tickets by February 11th and let Dylan know that you are a Brown alum with the Brown Club of Boston. A special seating section will be reserved for Brown alumni and their guests. Cost: Free for the Pre-Game Meet-Up (cash bar). $15 adult game ticket, $5 for seniors, students, and children 12 and under. RSVP: Online. Contact: Tom Burke ’83

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2/14/16
Book Club: Lawrence in Arabia by Scott Anderson
Washington, DC | Brown Club of DC
6:00 pm, TBA
"A pick for history buffs who want to understand the post-WWI territorial divisions & their current unraveling.  During World War I, the course of the modern day Middle East was set by a handful of young, low-ranking actors who exerted oversized influence on the region. Anderson focuses on four men: a minor German diplomat and spy, an American oilman descended from the Yale family, a Romanian-born agronomist, and T.E. Lawrence himself.  The characters are so compelling that they could have been plucked from a novel." (Amazon.com) The book’s main archival researcher, from the National Archives, is willing to attend our discussion & describe how he found the material. Cost: Free to attend, nominal fee for dinner provided by host. Contact: via email.

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2/18/16
Creative Expression & Diversity: Faculty Reflections
Los Angeles, CA | Brown Club of Los Angeles
7:00 – 9:30 pm, Goethe Institute, 5750 Wilshire Boulevard #100
Liza Cariaga-Lo, Vice President for Academic Development, Diversity & Inclusion, will moderate a Brown faculty panel discussion exploring how diversity enriches innovative thinking,critical analysis, and problem-solving in performance, design, research, and teaching with Brown’s increasingly diverse students. This Unity event is sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, the Brown Alumni Association’s Multicultural Alumni Committee, and the Brown Club of Los Angeles. Cost: $10 for Young Alumni (’11 - ’15), $15 for Alumni, parents, and guests. RSVP: Online. Contact: via email.

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2/18/16
Brown Club of Spain Kickoff!
Madrid, Spain | Brown Club of Spain
8:00 – 10:00 pm, Julieta Bistro, Calle Toledo 51 28005 Madrid
With the beginning of the New Year, we decided to launch the Brown Club of Spain! And we're excited to announce that we already have the kickoff this February! Please join us for light appetizers and drinks to celebrate. Children, guests, current Brown students and their parents are all welcome. Cost: Free. RSVP: Online. Contact: via email.

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2/20/16
Why Is American Politics So Loud--And What Can We Do About It?
Vero Beach, FL | Brown Club of the Treasure Coast
5:30 – 8:00 pm, Vero Beach Country Club, 800 30th Street
James Morone Enjoy a wonderful talk by Professor James Morone, the John Hazen White Professor of Public Policy, Professor of Political Science and Urban Studies, and Director of the A. Alfred Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy. The opening reception will offer hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. Come see why Brown students describe Professor Morone as “passionate, exciting, enthusiastic and simply amazing.” James Morone, a graduate of Middlebury College, earned his Ph.D. at the University of Chicago. At Brown since 1982, he has been honored as a teacher and gifted lecturer; Morone is a multiple recipient of the Barrett Hazeltine Citation, presented annually by the graduating class at Brown. He has written and lectured extensively on health care policy and reform. His books have attracted popular and academic acclaim. Hellfire Nation: The Politics of Sin in American History (2003) was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. Cost: $40 per person for reception, three-course dinner, and presentation. RSVP: Online. Contact: Brad Greer ’56.

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2/20/16
"Sweat" by Lynn Nottage at Arena Stage
Washington, DC | Brown Club of DC
8:00 – 11:00 pm, Arena Stage, 1101 6th Street NW, Washington, DC
Join fellow Brown alumni at Arena Stage with discounted tickets to the world premiere of Sweat, written by Brown alumna Lynn Nottage. This is closing weekend for this show - the performance should be stupendous! Be sure to check out this review of the play by NPR. Cost: $57.50/seat for our alumni group (compared to box office prices of $75-$90). RSVP: Online. Contact: via email.

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2/25/16
New Orleans Pelicans v. Oklahoma City Thunder
New Orleans, LA | Brown Club of Louisiana
7:00 pm, 1501 Dave Dixon Drive, New Orleans
Come join us for our first event of 2016 and cheer on the New Orleans Pelicans v. Oklahoma City Thunder! Families and friends are welcome. We need a minimum of 30 people to reserve a group package, which includes a Post-Game Group Photo on the Pelicans Court! For Cost/RSVP: Robin Ulep by February 4.

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2/26/16
Solar Bears Ice Hockey v. Manchester
Amway Center Orlando, FL | Brown Club of Orlando
7:00 – 9:00 pm, Amway Center, 400 W Church Street #200
5:00 pm, Optional Casual "Dutch Treat" dinner at Wahlburger's Restaurant (200 S. Orange Avenue)
Join fellow Orlando area alumni to cheer on our local ice hockey team. If we can't be in Providence to cheer on the Brown Bears, let's cheer on the Orlando Solar Bears! Parking will be available in lots near the Amway Center for approximately $10. Cost: $15 per person for the hockey game. RSVP: Online. Contact: Elizabeth Hoy ’88.

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2/26/16
Italian Cooking Class and Wine Tasting
Somerville, MA | Brown Club of Boston
6:30 – 9:00 pm, Dave's Fresh Pasta, 81 Holland Street, Somerville
The Brown Club of Boston invites alumni and their special guest(s) to participate in a private pasta-making class at Dave's Fresh Pasta in Davis Square, now in its third year. The theme of the class will be advanced pasta making. Chef Jason will forgo the pasta machine and demonstrate two pastas made completely by hand. Participants will prepare trofie genovese, a handmade pasta from Italy's Liguria region, paired with fresh basil pesto and a style of gnocchi made with fresh ricotta cheese known as "Malfata" or "Malfatini" served in a brown butter sauce with fresh sage and pecorino Romano cheese. After the cooking is finished, the pastas will be paired with samples from the wine room. The class is limited to 14 people and beginners are welcome. This event has sold out over the past two years so sign up now! Cost: $60 for BCOB members, $65 for non-members. RSVP: Online. Contact: Rebecca Silverman ’08.

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May 2016

5/27/16 – 5/29/16
Save the Date: Brown Reunion Weekend
Reunion Logo Providence, RI | Brown Alumni Relations
Get back in touch with your Brown community of friends on campus this May! If your class year ends in 1 or 6, be sure to contact classmates and make your plans to attend. Weekend highlights include Campus Dance, Alumni Field Day, and, of course, the Procession. Cost: Varies. Online registration opens in mid-March. Contact/RSVP: For up-to-date information, visit the Reunion website.

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