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Profiles

Forward, March

Post-9/11 veterans find new ways to serve at home.
10.15.14

Yearning to Escape

James Laughlin’s transit to Harvard and Europe—and pioneering literary publishing
10.15.14

Vita: John Muir

Brief life of a Scottish-American conservationist: 1838-1914
10.15.14

“Global Charge”

A Harvard alumna starts her own project aimed at global gender justice.
8.15.14

Rhode Island Blues

Fiction that paints a regional subculture with “merciless realism.”
6.16.14

Disruptive Genius

Innovation guru Clayton Christensen on spreading his gospel, the Gospel, and how to win with the electric car
6.11.14

Duty Calls

An alumna chooses “the harder right.”
4.9.14

Shades of Justice

A profile of Avis Buchanan, director of the D.C. Public Defender Service
2.18.14