Our alumni are bound by their shared connection to the University. But, the paths they took while on College Hill and the journeys they've made since are all beautifully distinct. From addressing societal issues to enriching their local communities to pursuing their dreams, discover how Brunonians are making their mark.

Because of Brown

For Scott Westerfield ’79 and Ed Miskevich ’79, Brown wasn't just where it all began: it’s where it was all made possible.
How one small community is making a big impact in the lives of Brown’s military-affiliated students.
The 1960s was marked by pivotal moments in Brown’s history: from Vietnam War protests to an emerging idea that would come to be called the “New Curriculum.” While back on College Hill for his 50th Reunion, Richard Crocker ’69, P’02 AM’18 reflected on the roots of the Open Curriculum and its impact on the University, higher education and beyond.
This latest episode of Brown Blasts: Women's Voices Amplified features a conversation with New York Times bestselling author Meg Wolitzer that ranges from falling under the spell of a book, to why listening matters, and what she learned from working with Nora Ephron.

More Alumni Stories

  • Women's Voices Amplified podcast // features incredible women from all corners of the Brunonia ecosystem sharing their insights on the big questions of work, life, and living in today’s world.
  • Pembroke Center Oral History Project // digitized interviews, transcripts, biographies and photographs of Brown alumnae, faculty, and staff from as far back as 1907.