The Graham School’s Writer’s Studio provides a home for budding authors.
Talking synthesizers, human rights, and grad school with former Wolf Parade member Hadji Bakara, PhD'16.
Denise Shull, AM’95, helps Wall Streeters get in touch with their softer sides.
Grieving father Stéphane Gerson, AM’92, PhD’97, seeks comfort in historical writings and family stories.
English professor Will Pritchard, AM’92, PhD’98, reflects on the “tender coincidences” that occur when father and son teach the same book.
Studying anthropology prepared Ian Urbina, AM’97, for a headline career in investigative journalism.
National Novel Writing Month founder Chris Baty, AM’97, explains how a “ridiculous challenge” with friends turned into a global writing event—and how to make it to 50,000 words.
What happens when an armed robber reads Shakespeare?
WIlliam Bila, IMBA’02, advocates on behalf of Romani people.