From the Small School Talent Search to the Odyssey Scholarship program, an education in supporting students.
Rae Gray, AB’14, plays an antimonarchist in love with a prince at Chicago Shakespeare Theater.
Launched in 2007 with an anonymous $100 million gift, the Odyssey Scholarship Challenge has transformed financial aid in the College. Meet six of the young people whose lives were also changed.
A new season brings a special section of the Magazine.
Associate provost Sarah Wake talks about Title IX, accessibility, and equal opportunity on campus.
The winners of our Alumni Weekend photo contest.
Poet and retired Navy physician Frederick Foote, AB’80, is helping wounded veterans recover.
On cultivating our garden.
On smartphone photography, and a contest.
Poet and novelist Ana Castillo, AM'79, on feminism, writing, and a momentous education.
Headed to Alumni Weekend? This year’s edition highlights the arts, but there’s something for everyone. Here are five events that caught our eye.
Scholars discuss the causes of growing economic inequality in the United States and what to do about it.