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Rachel Basch ’80 is on a New England book tour for her third novel, The Listener, which explores the connection between a middle-aged psychologist and a young student struggling with his gender identity.

Rachel Basch ’80 is on a New England book tour for her third novel, The Listener, which explores the connection between a middle-aged psychologist and a young student struggling with his gender identity.

“We have two choices: curse the darkness or light the candle,” said journalism pioneer Alberto Ibargüen ’66 P’97 HON’11 to the audience at the National Press Foundations’s awards dinner.

Lindsay Abrams ’12, staff writer at Salon, covers a new study exploring climate change as a possible contributor to the 2011 Syrian uprising.

Scott Timberg ’91 unpacks why creative people have to struggle for survival in his provocative book, Culture Crash: The Killing of the Creative Class.

Scott Timberg ’91 unpacks why creative people have to struggle for survival in his provocative book, Culture Crash: The Killing of the Creative Class.

“I bought a Lego set that said 8-12 years on the box, and I finished it in 4…” Ismet Jooma ’14 talks with Ethan Sack ’97, senior director of marketing at the world’s most powerful brand: LEGO. #THISISWHY

“I bought a Lego set that said 8-12 years on the box, and I finished it in 4…” Ismet Jooma ’14 talks with Ethan Sack ’97, senior director of marketing at the world’s most powerful brand: LEGO. #THISISWHY

Jess Best ’14 talks with Wesconnect about her new album, which features a positive college of Cardinals: Berman ’14, Mondschein ’12, Russo ’11, Frank ’15, Crimm ’16, Potters ’12, Mowrey ’14, Fraker ’14, Harding ’14, Mathieson ’14, Miller ’15, Roth ’14, Soro ’14, Quinn-Makwaia ’14, and Paul ’11.

Dan Gold ’75 recently received a Lifetime Achievement Award for his career as a camera operator.

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