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Test-Focused System Gets Failing Grade

Michelle Morgenstern ’09 notes that elementary school students are learning implicit lessons about language and education that have implications for broader issues of social inequality.  

Aronowicz Earns Judaic Studies Fellowship

Fellowship is a gathering of top Judaic studies scholars to consider Jewish secularism.

“Energy, Enthusiasm and Imagination”

Leaders in academics and extracurricular activities are recognized "for engaging vigorously in the life of the entire community." 

An Army of One

Lt. Heather Bernheim '09 continues a family tradition of service in the U.S. military. 

No Longer a Bystander

"I am responsible to be part of the solution," said Naomita Malik ’09.

Knitters Donate Handiwork to Hospital

It takes about four hours to knit a cap and more than three times that to create a blanket.

Ford Takes Poetry to Morocco, Tunisia

Poet-professor Katie Ford is invited to speak about life in New Orleans on tour of Middle Eastern nations. 

A Taste of Scholarship

Hackman research projects range from collecting oral histories on coeducation to studying pulsars and analyzing unnatural amino acids. 

Unwavering, Generous and Kind

"I can think of no one who deserves this recognition more than he." Marty McGrath is the 2009 recipient of the Richard Kneedler Distinguished Service Award.

Music Is a Lens to Understanding Culture

"We have shifted away from questioning the status quo," Alajaji said. The last in a series on new tenure-track faculty.