Sandra Goldmark ’97 puts the focus on repair, not replace.
John S. Wilson Jr. grabs the chance to realize his calling.
Brief life of a statesman-orator: 1794-1865
Walter Isaacson on “complete rejectionist” Bill Gates at Harvard College—and the birth of personal-computer software
Where inspired artists meet aspiring collectors
An energetic alumni leader emphasizes her “ability to listen.”
Photographer Diana Mara Henry ’69 publishes her collection Women on the Move.
Rich Wilson ’72 circled the globe—nonstop, solo, under sail—and has written the tale.
Brief life of a nature writer in a machine age: 1888-1968
Brief life of an ardent pacifist: 1906-1993
A Broadway actor on the “true spark of theater”
The pediatric psychiatrists’ book depicts emergency-room experiences with mentally ill children.
Philip Slater has happily progressed from fame to obscurity.
Author Philip Slater explains his views on the world