Back Issues
A Belief in the Possible
feat_Bhat_front.jpgWhen Michael Bhatia ’99 was killed in Afghanistan in May, he was helping the U.S. military understand local hearts and minds. He died as he lived: devoted to making the world a more peaceful and just place.
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Full Circle
feat_comm23_thb.jpgOn one of the most perfect Commencement and Reunion weekends in recent memory, College Hill teemed with some 2,200 graduates, 5,000 alumni, and untold family members and friends.
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Fathers and Sons
feat_pov_thb.jpgCan baby boomers make the kinds of sacrifices their parents did?
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Double Trouble
feat_finally_thb.jpgThe mysterious Nigerian cult of twins.

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The Traveler Rests
elms_adashi.jpgThe departing dean of medicine and biology looks back at four prosperous years.
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Citizen Idarraga
elms_itarr.jpgAfter serving jail time for dealing drugs, Andrés Idarraga ’08 lost his right to vote. He got it back and is now heading for Yale Law School.
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Niche Marketers
elms_ketchup.jpgCan a pair of undergrads invade Heinz’s territory with a gourmet ketchup? Time will tell.
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They Raced Their Hearts Out—Again
sports_crew.jpgThe women’s crew brought in their sixth NCAA title, but they’re not taking anything for granted.
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Twenty-Year Man
sports_bball2.jpgAssistant Coach Jesse Agel lands the top men’s basketball job.
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Nirvana Can Wait
arts_grozni1.jpgA funny, smart memoir about coming of age in Dharamsala.

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Dharma Bums
arts_grozni2.jpgThe author of Turtle Feet talks about being a monk, falling under India’s spell, and re-learning how to live in the West.
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Forget Dr. Spock
arts_rufus.jpgAfter the success of his erotic Web site, Nerve.com , Rufus Griscom ’91 starts an offbeat site for young parents.
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Happy To Defer To Him
arts_wackness.jpgIn his feature debut, The Wackness, writer-director Jonathan Levine ’00 casts Ben Kingsley as a shrink who trades advice for pot.

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Critic's Corner
arts_shenonbkthb.jpgCritic's Corner
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His Year of Dating Vicariously
arts_morrisbkthb.jpgAfter his mother dies, Bob Morris ’82 finds himself pimping for his eighty-year-old father.
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Before The Rock
arts_strangebkthb.jpgDethroning the Pilgrims, Tony Horwitz ’80 tracks earlier New World explorers.

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Fresh Ink
Fresh Ink
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Game Day
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Replay
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Since Last Time
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Change Agent
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Performance & Art
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Global Warming Heat
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Debating The Debate
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A Great Loss
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Flying The Flag
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Judging People
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Asking Questions
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Corrections
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