2013 Program

April 21st – Admitted Students Reception

The Brown Club of San Diego teamed up with the Brown Alumni Schools Committee to congratulate admitted students and help them make one of the most important decisions of their lives: picking a college with a cool mascot. As always, there is a particular value in attendance by alumni who have graduated within the last ten years but all alumni who have enthusiasm for talking about their Brown experiences are most welcome.

Thursday, April 25th

A Lively Defense of Slang by Public Radio Host Grant Barrett

 

More than 100 Ivy Plus alumni came together for a fun, interactive evening with radio host, public speaker, lexicographer and journalist Grant Barrett (Columbia ’02). Barrett is co-host and co-producer of A Way with Words, a nationally syndicated radio show headquartered and produced in San Diego. He’s also the author of two books, and, as a lexicographer specializing in slang and new words, a contributor to dozens of dictionaries.

Ivy Plus community members enjoyed light gourmet supper fare from uberfood, a new San Diego-based food delivery service founded by Gen Furukawa ’04 that offers freshly-prepared organic and locally sourced meals for the home and office.

“A Lively Defense of Slang” wass hosted by Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP and co-sponsored by the Brown Club of San Diego, Harvard Club of San Diego, MIT Club of San Diego, and the Princeton Club of San Diego.

June 9th – Professor Barbara Tannenbaum

The Brown Club of San Diego welcomed Barbara Tannenbaum,  renowned Senior Lecturer in theatre, speech and dance, for a late afternoon version of the ever-popular Brown course “Persuasive Communication” on Sunday, June 9th. The event took place at the beautiful home of Robert ’86 and Shawn Poole in Rancho Santa Fe.

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