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Are you sure you’re not talking about the Quidditch World Cup? Katey Rich ’06 reports on J.K. Rowling’s update about Harry Potter and friends.

Are you sure you’re not talking about the Quidditch World Cup? Katey Rich ’06 reports on J.K. Rowling’s update about Harry Potter and friends.

Robert Gallamore ’63 investigates the rise of the great American railroads in his new book.

Robert Gallamore ’63 investigates the rise of the great American railroads in his new book.

“So why would you want to put a bullet in one?” asks Wells Tower ’96, reporting from one of the last elephant hunts in Botswana.

“So why would you want to put a bullet in one?” asks Wells Tower ’96, reporting from one of the last elephant hunts in Botswana.

Ayelet Waldman ’86 is praised for the “breathless confidence” with which she wrought a multigenerational tale around the Hungarian Gold Train.

Ayelet Waldman ’86 is praised for the “breathless confidence” with which she wrought a multigenerational tale around the Hungarian Gold Train.

Your summer reads don’t have to be trashy – they can have both great plots and great writing. Steve Almond ’88 shares his list. 

Your summer reads don’t have to be trashy – they can have both great plots and great writing. Steve Almond ’88 shares his list. 

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