Kounalakis, former ambassador to Hungary, has been elected lieutenant governor of California.
The founder of Illumination Entertainment, the studio behind recent adaptations of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax and The Grinch, discusses how he built the most successful animated franchise in history.
He’s a Hollywood storyboard artist. She’s a chef and baking show host. Together, they’re celebrating two decades of love and pastries.
A Dartmouth fellowship recipient shares a dispatch from Lapland, where she studied the struggles of traditional reindeer herders.
The head of Britain’s largest black-led private company has been named the country’s “most influential black person” for his charitable work.
The cofounder of blockchain company Bancor is on a mission to “design the financial architecture of the future.”
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has hired political cartoonist and Pulitzer Prize finalist Kelley.
Fries draws inspiration from the Japanese practice of shinrin-yoku for her latest book, Forest Bathing Retreat.
The curator of film and video at Houston’s Museum of Fine Arts discusses her decades-long career promoting independent movies.
Barry Corbet ’58 lived two lives—and he lived more fully in both of them than most of us do in one.