Karen Reimer, MFA’98, embroiders ordinary items to add rich new meaning to the familiar.
Microfinance was supposed to lead the poor out of poverty. Yet after a rash of borrower suicides in one Indian state, experts and governments question the industry’s success.
In his latest book, sociologist Richard Sennett, AB’64, explores the social craft of cooperation.
For five decades, Stuart Rice and his doctoral students have had great chemistry.
Psychologist Sian Beilock studies what makes people choke under pressure and offers techniques to prevent those mental meltdowns.
In 1980s Baltimore, a family recalls an act of kindness—and finds a way to repay it.
For 41 years Stanton Friedman, SB’55, SM’56, has traveled the world with a simple message: UFOs are real.
Nadrian Seeman, SB’66, uses DNA not to study biology but as a building block for nano-tiny structures.
... Reg Egg, Igloo: As quickly as students have dreamed up pet names for Mansueto, they’ve adopted the futuristic library as their own.
For one alumna, Mansueto’s opening recalls the change in Russian libraries since the Glasnost days.
Alzheimer’s has erased the stories behind Lou Fourcher’s (PhD’71) images, but his photographs of a demolished West Side neighborhood have stirred memories in former residents.