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Questions for the creative writing faculty member, College alumna, and author of Last One Out Shut Off the Lights.
Questions for the SSA professor, health policy expert, and prolific tweeter.
Faculty reflect on teaching remotely.
On Twitter, a historian interrupts bad news with beauty.
How Randy Picker, AB’80, AM’82, JD’85, is Zooming his way through Spring Quarter.
An excerpt from The Hundreds.
Lauren Berlant on the collaborative project The Hundreds.
Here’s what we’re adding to our watch lists.
In 2020 W. W. Norton will publish Rosanna Warren’s fifth book of poetry, So Forth. With the permission of the poet, we share two poems that will appear in the volume
A poet reckons with a fractured world