Articles tagged with 'features'
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State of the Union

CNN anchor Jake Tapper ’91 takes a break from covering the news to talk about the method of the media amid the madness of the election.
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Peacemaker

Bringing people together has always been a skill of political operative Rev. Leah Daughtry ’84. Democratic power brokers never needed her more than at this summer’s contentious national convention.
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The Party Crashers

As the two political parties met to choose their presidential candidates in 1976, student radio reporters embarked on the campaign trail for coverage that was completely unconventional.
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Valediction

How does it feel to graduate at the top of your class—and give a speech at Commencement? Ten former valedictorians look back on making the grade.
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Chateaux Faux?

A father-daughter alum team meticulously assesses expensive wine collections and determines if that $300,000 Bordeaux is real or not.
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Over the River and Through the Woods

The sport of orienteering, a.k.a. Tiedustelujuoksue, returns to its North American birthplace.
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Unending Misperception

Former CIA analyst Paul Pillar ’69 examines Americans’ longstanding “uncorrected ignorance” regarding their nation’s role in the world.
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I Read, Therefore I Think

Theological debates about the Trinity have their place in the liberal arts curriculum. Here’s why.
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Voices in the Wilderness

Margaret Spring ’82 • Darryll Lewis ’75 • Bryon Friedman ’02 • Steve Brosnihan ’83 • Chris Pandolfi ’01 • Chelsey Luger ’10
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Kelvin Chin ’73

A mediator—and meditator—on facing death

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