Brown Alumni Magazine

The BAM is an editorially independent magazine serving Brown alumni, current seniors, and parents of current students since 1900.

College Hill, Providence, RI
Joined on April 23, 2009
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You haven’t felt frustration until you’ve tried developing film. Hasiba Zandi ’21 says “It’s very particular, which is something that I both really liked and really hated." After leaving campus, Zandi picked up a similar skill, cyanotyping. Read more: https://t.co/3SMnGJWSmd

If you’ve been around, you’ve seen the abandoned factories around Providence. Just like these factories, the data that illustrates the harm they do to communities has been ignored. Some Brown alumni and professors are working on changing that. Read more: https://t.co/TClRdU5Ejf

Emily Oster: COVID-19 doesn’t have to cancel Halloween | @ProfEmilyOster on how Halloween is still possible this year if people take the right precautionary measures. Link: https://t.co/AYptSS6rkI

Will Shapiro, ’04 co-founder of @topos_ai aims to transform the way we understand cities. They've come up with “a real-time way of understanding COVID in relation to a lot of other relevant variables that have to do with place." Read more: https://t.co/1VaTx8e2l2

Ijeoma Uche ’21 @uche__E broke the school record in the long jump three years in a row, but for the past few months, @BrownTrack and Field has been on her mind for other reasons. Read more: https://t.co/LJeH2fw8Pa

As supply-chain issues forced farmers to destroy food, Aidan Reilly ’21 cofounded Farmlink, which hooks up farmers with food banks. https://t.co/35pGXyVjZc

“We look critically only when there is a death.” Brown sociology prof. Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve @nvancleve discusses what she names as the greatest flaw of the criminal justice system. We talked with her about what else to pay attention to. Read more: https://t.co/fVjcKxLNfj

In the 2016 General Election, 59% of Brown students voted and this year @Brown_Votes is trying to get this number up to 100%. Read their Voting at Brown communications toolkit here: https://t.co/osHuvztiHv

Check out the upcoming webinar series, “Race &,” in America curated by Brown’s  Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America (@RaceEthnicity) in partnership with the Office of the Provost.

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Check out the upcoming webinar series, “Race &,” in America curated by Brown’s Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America (@RaceEthnicity) in partnership with the Office of the Provost. Learn more: https://t.co/j5i2tSKjuG https://t.co/2o26Ad8XWm

Join the @brown_alumni_ep Brown Alumni Entrepreneurship Group for the first event of its event series, highlighting prominent Brown alumni founders in the University’s recent history, whose company valuations have each surpassed a billion dollars. https://t.co/Bwm5trv8Ie

At his own wedding, Christopher O’Donnell ’05 @markitecht ran into his future Rock duo partner Brad Hallen. Now, even during the pandemic @Theprovidersusa and their music have flourished. One of its songs got over 1 million views on YouTube. Read more: https://t.co/sRDXxGFovC

You can only imagine how difficult it was for @Harryaspinwall '11 to shoot and produce a full feature film entirely during coronavirus, all under safe conditions. Read more about “Banishment” here: https://t.co/izzLZinTD4

Actors, screenwriters, and directors are struggling to put out projects during the outbreak, but @Harryaspinwall ‘11 has been active. He’s had a Netflix debut, done his own stunts, and been a comedy bad guy. Catch him in "The Sleepover" on Netflix. https://t.co/mvkWsrn6xZ

The upcoming film 'The Glorias', co-written by Sarah Ruhl ’97 MFA’01 and Julie Taymor, reflects a "message of Gloria Steinem’s life and activism and spirit." It's now set to be released online September 30th instead of in theaters. Read more: https://t.co/eFRjPxxEkD

As part of the @BrownConnect_ Institute, a group of students experienced just how much thought goes into making the media they consume. They worked on transforming the bestselling novel “Wonder” into a Broadway musical with Jill Furman. Read more: https://t.co/ddhYBinBUG

Since students who will take a gap year are looking for ways to use their time, recent graduates Adrienne Wolff ‘20 & Caroline Blanck ‘19 started the GAP project, a grassroots organization connecting Generation Z with political campaigns.

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Since students who will take a gap year are looking for ways to use their time, recent graduates Adrienne Wolff ‘20 & Caroline Blanck ‘19 started the GAP project, a grassroots organization connecting Generation Z with political campaigns. Read more: https://t.co/TXpAJA9xOD https://t.co/ITBckQcOwi

Tuesday, September 15 at 5:30PM: "Zahra Ali – Women and Gender in Iraq." A book talk with author @ZahraSociology, organized by Professor @NadjeAlAli on the history and future of Iraqi feminisms. https://t.co/ymHdZG5gVc

Tuesday, September 15 at 5:30PM: "Zahra Ali – Women and Gender in Iraq." A book talk with author @ZahraSociology, organized by Professor @NadjeAlAli on the history and future of Iraqi feminisms. https://t.co/ymHdZG5gVc

After more than four years on campus, “Untitled (Lamp/Bear)” is nearing the end of its time on College Hill. Share your personal "Blueno" homage—whether it's a selfie, sketch, video, meme or story—before 8/24 by emailing blueno-tributes@brown.edu or using #ByeByeBlueno. https://t.co/ywC0NEfVCu

After more than four years on campus, “Untitled (Lamp/Bear)” is nearing the end of its time on College Hill. Share your personal "Blueno" homage—whether it's a selfie, sketch, video, meme or story—before 8/24 by emailing blueno-tributes@brown.edu or using #ByeByeBlueno. https://t.co/ywC0NEfVCu

"Should I send my kid back to school... should I send them to daycare…is it okay to go running?" These questions many parents have right now were discussed at a panel on "Parenting during a Pandemic" last week, featuring four alumni. Watch more: https://t.co/XYofIbb31O

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