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Monthly Archive for December, 2011

In the indie film Pariah, Kim Wayans ’83 plays a Brooklyn mother who disapproves of her daughter’s gender nonconformity.

In the indie film Pariah, Kim Wayans ’83 plays a Brooklyn mother who disapproves of her daughter’s gender nonconformity.

Date: 12/30/2011 to 1/29/2012
December 30, 2011
In the indie film Pariah, Kim Wayans ’83 plays a Brooklyn mother who disapproves of her daughter’s gender nonconformity.

In Fall 2010, the Computer Science Free and Open Source Software Development Tutorial students wrote a suite of unit tests for a component of the Django web application framework (https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/17193). We’re happy to anno…

In his latest novel Dream School, Blake Nelson ’84 writes from the point of view of a teenage girl from Oregon who doesn’t fit in at her prestigious Connecticut college.

In his latest novel Dream School, Blake Nelson ’84 writes from the point of view of a teenage girl from Oregon who doesn’t fit in at her prestigious Connecticut college.

Date: 12/29/2011 to 1/28/2012
December 29, 2011
In his latest novel Dream School, Blake Nelson ’84 writes from the point of view of a teenage girl from Oregon who doesn’t fit in at her prestigious Connecticut college.

Chi-Young Kim ’03, who translated the bestseller Please Look After Mom from Korean, shares her methods and guidelines.

Chi-Young Kim ’03, who translated the bestseller Please Look After Mom from Korean, shares her methods and guidelines.

Date: 12/28/2011 to 1/27/2012
December 28, 2011
Chi-Young Kim ’03, who translated the bestseller Please Look After Mom from Korean, shares her methods and guidelines.

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