Traumatic brain injury specialist Harris recently became the country’s first black female tenured neurosurgery professor.
First-time candidate Lough believes his experience as a Ringling Bros. clown has prepared him for the most notorious circus of them all: the U.S. Congress.
Lierman, the Democratic National Committee’s political and organizing director, aims to bring millennials and people of color out for the 2018 midterm elections.
Following the last presidential election, Hagerman decided to block out all news of American politics. He hasn’t tuned back in since.
Chu will soon have the chance to test Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity when star S0-2 approaches the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way.
The award-winning editor-in-chief of Self magazine breaks down what it means to be a “digital-led” publication.
Paley combines her background in engineering and woodworking with her passion for outdoor sports in a new enterprise.
The founder of the Upper Valley Compost Company turns a dirty profit while helping the environment.
Moore, who plays an out, gay, black teen in the upcoming film Love, Simon, hopes his role can serve as a turning point.
A mountaineering trip to Everest led to decades of documenting the Chinese occupation of Tibet for Dr. Kerr, whose latest activist effort is the award-winning film Eye of the Lammergeier.
George Washington was first in their hearts. Yet as a subject for portraitists, Daniel Webster, class of 1801, was, in a word, ideal.