Articles tagged with 'Features'
Allan A. Ryan ’66 | March-April 2021
Amid the turmoil of post-Civil War America, Amos Akerman, class of 1842, went toe to toe with the KKK.
Professors reveal the books they’ve read in the year of the pandemic.
Ralph Wimbish | March-April 2021
Despite a life of hard knocks, Reggie Williams ’76 keeps on keeping on.
Elizabeth Janowski ’21 | March-April 2021
Allie Young ’13 got voters to the polls—on horseback.
Richard Babcock ’69 | March-April 2021
Writer Paul Maclean ’28 lived hard, died young, and became the center of an acclaimed novel by his brother, Norman Maclean ’24.
Sean Plottner | March-April 2021
What do mummified baboons have to do with the origins of international commerce? Everything!
Dirk Olin ’81 | March-April 2021
Lawyer and activist Maya Wiley ’86 explains why she wants to be the next mayor of New York City.