Graduate School Orientation
Life of a Brown Student
Life of a Brown student
Small amounts of light at night can be enough to affect sleep patterns in young teens
Limit use of bright screens at bedtime
A new study on the effect of light exposure at night, such as from phones or tablets, finds that children in early to middle puberty are especially vulnerable to suppression of a hormone key to sleep timing.
Pigments, organelles persist in fossil feathers
Fossil feather pigments
More to School Than Learning
There’s more to school
Sandra Kimokoti ’15
How to Talk to Teens
Aided by a Royce Fellowship, rugby player Sandra Kimokoti ’15 spent the summer of her junior year organizing a women's rugby team at a school in western Kenya. Her real purpose, though, was evident between practices: getting the girls to talk about the challenges in their lives.
Research may solve lunar fire fountain mystery
Lunar fire finding