In writing about her father’s life, Anna Huttenlocher, LAB’79, saw links between his work in pediatric neurology and his traumatic childhood in Nazi Germany.
A Smart Museum exhibition probes the past and future of monochrome art.
Court Theatre brings home a Tony.
A historian sheds light on the document behind the newest federal holiday.
Digital money is here to stay, says Eswar Prasad, PhD’92.
Remembering Hugo Sonnenschein, 1940–2021.
Hanna Gray’s memoir offers a first-person view of a career of firsts.
Nobelist James Cronin twice expanded our sense of the possible, first in particle physics and then in astronomical observation.
A scholar’s chance observation in an Italian museum helps solve an art history mystery.
A new College initiative reduces debt, simplifies the application process, and supports careers.