Physicist David McCowan, SM’08, PhD’14, explains food science to lay readers in the Takeout.
It’s the end of the working world as we know it in Ling Ma’s (AB’05) dystopian novel Severance.
Off duty in a new city, a writer lets serendipity and a local’s advice guide the way.
Questions for the award-winning novelist and short story writer.
In which creatively inclined College students gain a major.
Sara Paretsky, AM’69, MBA’77, PhD’77, on being the mystery genre’s “aging diva” and more.
Historian Ada Palmer researches the history of ideas, writes science fiction, and has helped elect a new pope (c. 1470) four times.
The Graham School’s Writer’s Studio provides a home for budding authors.
A lexicographer’s favorite clichés (before he grew to hate them).
Five alumni helped launch the first museum celebrating American literature.
From our print archive: In a whirlwind campus visit in February 1994, novelist Kurt Vonnegut, AM’71, wowed a new generation of fans.
Poet and novelist Ana Castillo, AM'79, on feminism, writing, and a momentous education.