Faces in the Crowd
Photographer and race competitor Zandy Mangold '96 was featured in Sports Illustrated.
Ban the Box
What happens when job applications don’t include the question, “Have you ever been convicted of a crime?”
Professor of Biology Anne Bernhard has been awarded a grant to continue her work investigating the effects of the oil spill on the salt marshes of Louisiana.
Adjunct instructor of psychology Rebecca Acabchuk takes her students to experience an increasingly popular form of meditation and therapy.
Natalie Newell ’05 produced and directed her first documentary, Science Moms.
Blanche Boyd Pens New Novel
The third and final installment of a trilogy will bring a surprising and satisfying conclusion to a decades-long story.
Julia Pope '14's startup company modifies large shipping containers to house hydroponic, sustainable growing systems.
A Political Tenor
Baird Welch-Collins ’18 was elected to a two-year term on the Waterford, Connecticut, town government atop a wave of successful local Green Party candidates.
Laptops to Fight Inequality
The Student Technology Resource Fund provides computers and other technology for students with financial need.
U.S. intelligence agencies have acknowledged that Russians associated with the Kremlin hacked the 2016 presidential election.