Fall 2010/Winter 2011

Political-science graduate student Jenna Jordan finds that eliminating a terrorist organization's leader isn't necessarily a knockout punch.

Spring/Summer 2011

Chelsey Kivland explores how Haitian performance troupes affect their country’s social and political life.

Spring/Summer 2012

Social science scholars explore issues surrounding the descendants of America’s first inhabitants.
Sept–Oct/14

Researcher Maud Slye’s (EX 1899) contentious career helped open the field of cancer genetics.

03.20.2014

Behind the scenes at the MODA fashion show.
Mar–Apr/14

After more than three decades at Britannica, editor in chief Dale Hoiberg, AM’74, PhD’93, knows the encyclopedia business inside out.

Jan–Feb/14

Slavic studies professor Malynne Sternstein guides students through the deep game that is Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita.

Nov–Dec/13

A traveling exhibition explores California art’s experimental state of mind.

10.02.2013

Jud Newborn, AM’77, PhD’94, brings Nazi resisters out of the past into the present.

Sept–Oct/13

Jud Newborn, AM’77, PhD’94, tells the story of Munich’s anti-Nazis.

07.31.2013

Gorbachev’s search for the real Lenin planted some far-fetched—and funny—ideas.

July–Aug/13

We’re looking for readers with the spines to stack up against the competition in the Magazine’s latest contest.