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Jerusalem Milestone

American James Snyder ’73 recreates an Israeli national landmark.
10.19.10

Marshall Ganz

The community organizer, who once worked with César Chávez, now teaches at the Kennedy School.
10.19.10

A Lens on History

Photographer Susan Meiselas’s quest to understand via images. With audio from the interview.
10.19.10

Noir Romantic

Romanticism, a new collection by poet April Bernard, mixes disillusionment with emotion and playfulness.
10.19.10

Afropolitans

The band Soulfège has international sound and a positive message. With a music video.
8.19.10

A Garden of Prose

Francine Prose writes fiction and nonfiction in many forms. With an audio clip of the author discussing her writing process.
8.19.10

Physician Poet

Experiences as patient and doctor have shaped David Moolten’s commitment to writing.
8.19.10

An Unexpected Farmer

How Manhattan journalist Kristin Kimball found the best job in the world.
8.19.10

Internet Sheriff

Entrepreneur and author Michael Fertik aims to help folks keep their reputations safe online.
8.19.10

Soccer and Survival

Nick Gates ’91 has founded Coaches Across Continents to use soccer as an educational technique in Africa.
7.1.10

Dropouts

Forty-some years ago, three Sixties types dropped out. We drop in on them.
7.1.10

Curating Murders

Alfred Alcorn ’64 sets his Harvard-flavored murder mysteries in one of his favorite places: a museum. With audio from an interview with Alcorn.
6.29.10