July/August 2017
The Arts
Just Dance
jamaljacksondancecompany_thb.jpg Twenty years after discovering African dance, Jamal Jackson ‘00 is keeping it fresh in Brooklyn.
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Dear Tony
StevenLevenson_thb.jpg Playwright Steven Levenson ’06 wins a Tony for his book for the Broadway hit Dear Evan Hansen.
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All Knowing

Sloman_Fernbach_thb.jpg A Brown professor and his coauthor argue that each of us may know much less than we think.

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Fun at Work

HallieCantor_thb.jpg Comedy writer Hallie Cantor ’11 writes satire and other kinds of humor for the New Yorker.

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Writing Songs for Kids
Gabe_thb.jpg Songwriter Gabriel Sokoloff ’06 composes music for the new Netflix kid's show Ask the StoryBots.
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A Life of Books

PamelaPaul_thb.jpg New York Times Book Review editor Pamela Paul ’93 writes about how reading can change a life.

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Meddling Ways

ForeignPolicy_thb.jpg The Watson Institute's Stephen Kinzer wonders whether U.S. foreign policy has been a force for good in the world?

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What It Means to Be "Good"
KatieBayerl_thb.jpg Katie Bayerl ’00 was a teacher who gave up the classroom for writing—until her love of teenagers pulled her back.
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Fresh Ink
FreshInk_thb.jpg How buildings can shape our moods, a look at vanished San Francisco, a novel set in the summer Hamptons, and more.
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