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Articles by Monique Vernon (16)

For sophomore, the story’s in the food

March 18, 2009 0 comments

Emma Buck ’11 has always been interested in food, but it wasn’t until she took BIOL 0190H: “Plants, Food, and People” that she realized it could be a field of study.

Clinton aide Solis Doyle tells her career history

March 17, 2009 0 comments

Patti Solis Doyle: longtime aide and campaign manager for now-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the first Latina to manage a presidential campaign and one-time campaign chief of staff for the candidate Barack Obama’s future vice president. She may have an impressive resume now, but Solis Doyle’s credentials have been hard-won.

Study: Mars gully was wet just one million years ago

March 10, 2009 0 comments

The “serendipitous discovery” of a million-year-old gully on Mars by Samuel Schon GS may indicate that water was present on the Red Planet more recently than researchers previously thought.

Econ. study pads students’ pockets

March 5, 2009 0 comments

Katie Silverstein ’11 usually leaves ECON 0110: “Principles of Economics” with just a little more knowledge in her head and a few more notes in her notebook. But on one recent morning, she left with an extra $60 in her wallet.

Students aim to expose India-Pakistan conflict

February 26, 2009 0 comments

Raised at an early age on opposite sides of the India-Pakistan border, Meghna Philip ’11 and Farrukh Malik ’11 might not have pegged each other as future collaborators. Ever since the two countries split more than 60 years ago, tension between India and Pakistan has colored a rough history between the two nations.

Team finds possible autism targets in brain

February 19, 2009 0 comments

A team of Brown neuroscience researchers have discovered a new potential target in the fight against autism.

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