School for glamour

Conant, Jennet
February 1998
Vanity Fair;Feb98, Issue 450, p56
Focuses on students at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, who are related to celebrities, while featuring Duncan Sheik. Names of some of these students; Information on the Ivy League; Life at the university; Background information on the university; Details on students' activities; Additional related information. INSET: The fab four.


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