March/April 2017
The Arts
Wearable Art
ChristinaWang_thb.jpg After graduation Christina J. Wang ’09 thought she'd head to Wall Street. Now she makes art with scarves.
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Planet in Denial

DavidGrinspoon_thb.jpg Astrobiologist David Griinspoon ’82 has a unique perspective on the future of life on Earth—and beyond.

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Another Very Long Day
groundhog_day_thb.jpg Danny Rubin ’79 cowrote Groundhog Day, which starred Bill Murray. Now he's helping bring the story to Broadway.
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Story Teller
EllisRoss_thb.jpg Tracee Ellis Ross ’94 is the first black woman in 30 years to win a Golden Globe as Best Actress in a TV Comedy.
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The Explorer

RichardWiese_thb.jpg Globe-trotting adventurer Richard Wiese ’81 comes home to wander New England for a new PBS series.

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Cold Case
Ike_Sriskandarajah_thb2.jpg Ike Sriskandarajah ‘08 is part of a team that won a News & Documentary Emmy last fall for a multimedia investigation.
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A Diaper and a Scotch
MikeRothman_thb.jpg Digital media start-up guru Michael Rothman ’03 now has an advice website for millennial dads.
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Seeing the Future

JamieMetzl_thb.jpg A novel by former Cinton Administration staffer Jamie Metzl ’80 imagines where biotechnology might take us.

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Fresh Ink
FreshInk_thb.jpg A look at unsung women in sports history, a new collection by David Shelds ’78, and migrant workers fight for freedom.
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