Bob Childs makes world-class violins.
An alumna chooses “the harder right.”
In tribute to an old friend
A profile of Avis Buchanan, director of the D.C. Public Defender Service
A profile of former Marine Seth Moulton ’01, M.B.A.-M.P.P. ’11
Brief life of a personality psychologist: 1893-1988
An ’09 couple, Michael and Allie Schachter, help child victims of human trafficking in India.
Claudia Bedrick ’85 of Enchanted Lion Books offers an international array of stories to young children.
Boston’s Dudley Square is a focus of nonprofit community development often led by David Price, executive director of Nuestra Comunidad
Boston Community Capital’s DeWitt Jones promotes affordable housing, energy efficiency, and a mortgage buyback program in low-income communities.
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