"We have shifted away from questioning the status quo," Alajaji said. The last in a series on new tenure-track faculty.
"The students heard Sue Brooks and took what she said to heart. The commons truly belong to the students, and they have taken the lead in designing much of the decor."
Lancaster County is better equipped to weather the economic storm than other places, Seachrist Research Fellows say. (PDF report inside)
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"I'm just 19 and research is already in my blood," said Dierdre Kelly '11.
Leaders in military and public service, education, college athletics and arts advocacy will be honored at Commencement.
Five promising American writers come to read and discuss their work at the Emerging Writers Festival.
Thirty-three photos, the work of student photographers, will be on display through April 17. (Photo Gallery)
Kaitlin Dunn '09 admires Eleanor Lockspeiser's intimacy with colors and her independence. The exhibition runs through May 16.
Development destroyed much of the natural habitat on Martha's Vineyard. Dan Ardia wants to know how animals respond when the habitat is restored.