May/June 2017
The Arts
Smart Characters
PeterJacobson_thx.jpg The Americans actor Peter Jacobson ’97 is a self-confessed short, balding Jewish guy who takes on juicy roles.
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Women of NASA
NasaLego_thx.jpg Maia Weinstock ’99 brings together space travel and women from STEM fields in a new set of LEGOs.
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Twain Revisited

RobertCoover_thx.jpg What ever happened to Huck Finn? He's back, thanks to the fertile imagination of Robert Coover.

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At Home
alancumming_thx.jpg Photographer Tom Atwood ’94 offers memorable, and often slightly funny, contemplative portraits of LGBTQ people.
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Another Pulitzer
Sweat_Kate_Lynn_thx.jpg Lynn Nottage ’86 wins her second Pulitzer for a play about factory workers in search of the American dream.
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The Last Waltz

CatieCurtis_thx.jpg After almost 30 years of performing her songs, singer-songwriter Catie Curtis ’87 embarks on her final tour.

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Building an American Home

JenniferSCheng_thx.jpg Jennifer Cheng ’05 writes poems about the wholeness and holeness of an immigrant home.

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Fresh Ink
freshink_thx.jpg New novels about Supreme Court justices and working at a New York City tech firm; the story of a 19th century feminist you've never heard of.
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