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Watch Alumni Stories: Steve Jordan ’82

In celebration of Black History Month, Brunonia is featuring alumni of color from across the decades sharing their most poignant memories of their time on College Hill. 60 more words

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19-06 Segment 2: What Determines Our Food Preferences


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Scientists are discovering that our food preferences are much more than a matter of taste, and that taste itself is more complicated than we thought. 86 more words

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Still looking for interns?

It’s time to post your internships!

Last summer, 2,249 students participated in internships and research opportunities, hundreds of which were posted by alumni, parents, and friends of Brown. 164 more words

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Brickson Diamond '93 featured "Not Waiting for Progress" By Deborah Blagg

Photo by Robb Dickehut

02 JAN 2019

NOT WAITING FOR PROGRESS

Brickson Diamond (Brown 1993 Harvard MBA 1999) is forging new partnerships and leveraging connections to promote diversity and inclusion in the film industry and beyond. 1,045 more words

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A Look at the ASL Program at Brown University

Brown University is considered to have the second oldest and second largest ASL program, following Penn University.

Contributing writer Mia Pattillo for the Brown Daily Herald looks into the ASL program at Brown.

Read her article HERE.

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Vita Redding '99: 2019 Legends of the Ivy League

The all-time leading scorer in the history of Brown women’s basketball, Vita Redding ’99 left the Bears as one of the best and most exciting basketball student-athletes to play the game on College Hill. 647 more words

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Niija Kuykendall '01 featured in Essence

Niija Kuykendall ’01

featured in Essence February 2019 Page 72 “The Hollywood Advocate” by Marquita K. Harris.

Watch to Niija on RevoltTV video published March 31, 2018

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